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How to utilize dummy meetings in Teamflect for instant calls?
How to utilize dummy meetings in Teamflect for instant calls?
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Written by Livia
Updated over a week ago

In Teamflect, you can efficiently manage instant calls using the Meetings module without cluttering your Outlook or Teams calendars. Here's a step-by-step guide on how to utilize this feature:

Accessing Dummy Meetings

Navigate to a team member's profile using the "User Search" or the "My People" tab on the Home page.

Scheduling a Dummy Meeting

Next to the team member's name, click the "New 1-on-1" button.

Choose the "Instant 1-on-1 (Not synced with Outlook)" option.

Setting Up the Meeting

In the pop-up window, specify the participant(s), meeting title, duration, and talking points.

Starting the Meeting

Click "Start" to initiate the dummy meeting in Teamflect.

Utilizing Meeting Features

Once on the meeting page, utilize the various sections to set the agenda, take notes, assign tasks, and upload attachments.

Important Notes

  1. Dummy meetings won't appear in your Outlook or Teams calendars, keeping them clutter-free.

  2. Your notes will be accessible within the Notes module for future reference.

  3. You will see the dummy meeting on the other participant's Teamflect profile, even though it's not synced with Outlook.

Use Cases

  1. Spontaneous Brainstorming:

    • Initiate dummy meetings for impromptu brainstorming sessions, encouraging creativity and collaboration.

  2. Ad-hoc Training Sessions:

    • Conduct ad-hoc training sessions for new tools or processes, ensuring team members are equipped with the necessary knowledge.

  3. Problem Resolution:

    • Address urgent issues or conflicts among team members by initiating instant calls within Teamflect.

  4. Cross-Departmental Collaboration:

    • Facilitate collaboration between different departments by connecting team members for quick discussions.

  5. Emergency Response:

    • Use dummy meetings for emergency response coordination, ensuring swift and effective actions are taken.

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