Manage meetings from your calendar
Have effective meetings with collaborative agendas, meeting notes, next steps, feedback and more.
“Before Hypercontext, one-on-ones were a google document with a bulleted list per person. Now we have topics to discuss and the meeting is more productive. They are more mutual in the sense that it’s not just me coming up with the agenda.”
"Hypercontext is my indispensable meeting sidekick! The collaborative agendas makes it easy for my team to contribute to meetings, tackle discussions asynchronously, hold one another accountable, and best of all, it’s enabled us to be very efficient when we meet."
Director, Partnerships North America
"I've moved all my 1:1s and team meetings to Hypercontext since I started using it, and I LOVE having everything in the one place!"
Associate Manager Customer Support
"An easy and helpful tool to manage 1:1s and team meetings, especially during remote working. I like the ML recommendations of how I can improve meetings and topics to cover next time."
Associate Director, Customer Success
"I've used Hypercontext in my last two roles, and it is now key to how I manage, coach and keep my team accountable. At Lane, we use Hypercontext for 1:1s, team meetings and leadership meetings. I recommend it for anyone looking to improve team performance!"
Vice President, Revenue
"We have so many things going on all the time and lots of problems to solve so it’s easy to get distracted. Hypercontext has given direction to our meetings."
Manager of Customer Delivery
Fuel your meetings with
Create customizable meeting agendas for your one-on-ones, team meetings and other recurring meetings.
Take notes within your agenda and automatically email them to all participants when you finish the meeting.
Make post-meeting follow-up simple and easy with our action item tracker baked right into your agenda.
Build trust with AMAs. Make it easy for the broader team to ask questions publicly and build a culture of transparency.
Send quick post-meeting survey questions automatically to track meeting effectiveness over time.
Keep your conversations from going stale with access to hundreds of battle-tested suggested questions.
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