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Meeting summaries are documentations of the conversations and decisions taken in meetings. These summaries provide a written record and help review the meetings in the future. Meeting summaries are also used to keep people informed who are not able to attend the meetings.
Meeting summaries provide tangible evidence of who attended, what topics were discussed, and any decisions that were made. This helps to ensure that participants are held accountable for their contributions.
Meeting summaries help to create a central repository of information that can be easily accessed and referenced back to.
Meeting summaries provide a tangible record of the meeting’s outcomes, which can be used as a source of progress and assessment. This will allow participants to track the results of their meeting and measure the effectiveness of their efforts.
Unfortunately, there is no feature for summarizing meetings automatically. As a result, you must manually compile a summary after the meeting has ended, which can take up a lot of time.
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