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All the power of LiveMinutes at a glance.
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Your team communication, all in one place
Chat is the center of LiveMinutes projects because effective collaboration starts with great communication. Chat contains a complete history of your project activity and interactions, including shared content and comments. It's easy to get the attention of specific team members, or link to content, by @mentioning them.
Make calls directly from your project
Accelerate the project review and approval process by combining rich document interaction with integrated audio conferencing directly in LiveMinutes.
Never miss the nuances of the non-verbal reactions. Coming soon, users will have the added ability host face-to-face meetings in HD with additional review and approval markup tools.
Share documents and consolidate feedback
LiveMinutes lets you share documents in any file format (Word, Powerpoint, Excel, PDF, Photoshop, JPG, PNG) so you can easily view them with your team. Pin your comments anywhere in the document, or reply comments posted by others. Comments and replies are also displayed in Chat making it easy to keep up with discussion around documents.
Take collaborative notes
Create collaborative LiveMinutes notes and coedit them in realtime with your team. Google Drive user? You can open existing Google documents in LiveMinutes or create new ones. You can also import notes from Evernote. This is great for to-do lists, brainstorms, drafts, memos, and more.
Get notified of what matters
Easy-to-configure notifications help you stay informed of project activity and let you continue the conversation on-the-go. Download the LiveMinutes iPhone app, or use our responsive web app to stay connected.
Your people and your projects in one place
Move effortlessly from one project to another with everything you need -- from your contacts to your documents to your chat history -- all in once place. LiveMinutes projects are perfect for planning and project management as well as organizing, discussing, assigning, and following up team work.