This meeting notes template helps to capture and retain any vital information discussed during an assembly. Its robust structure allows you to store and organize information easily while following the thread of the conversation carefully and maintaining focus at all times.

What is the meeting notes template?

This template is a standardized tool that helps presenters to keep meeting participants on the same page. Its structure allows attendees to integrate valuable information on what happened during a meeting while also leaving room for detailing any immediate next steps that must be implemented.

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What does the meeting notes template include?

Our template starts with a more general section which includes vital information such as:

  • Organizer’s name
  • Attendees names
  • Meeting type
  • Date
  • Location

Once you’ve filled in this information, write down the primary purpose for this meeting. What are you looking to accomplish? There may be more than one goal for this meeting, so make sure to take the time and write them down accurately.

Continue by listing the main topics of discussion. As the meeting unfolds, encourage attendees to use the ‘Notes and Action Items’ to write down personal remarks or observations.

When the meeting comes to an end, all participants will be able to write down their key takeaways in the area located at the bottom of this template.

Why use the meeting notes template with Moqups?

  • It can be used online through our online collaboration platform, or offline in a printed version
  • It streamlines meetings and ensures topic retention for all participants
  • It provides teams with a solid start for implementing the next set of actionable steps
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