If you attend a lot of online or phone-based meetings, chances are you may love Ketchup, a snappy web-based meeting-notes manager that keeps track of agendas, attendees, action items, who said what and more.
Ketchup seriously couldn't be any simpler to use. It takes seconds to register for a free account, then you're up and running. Just give your meeting a name, record who's invited or attended, drop in any agenda items and you're done.
There's plenty of room for copious notes, and each meeting record can be easily printed out in a couple of clicks. If you want to make your notes public, just tick the box at the top of the page and your notes will be assigned their own unique URL.
Since it's still under development, Ketchup is currently free. Although its creator says paid versions are in the works, Ketchup will always offer a free version for light users.
Ketchup is a pretty barebones affair and doesn't have a zillion features, but that's part of its charm. When you need an easy and basic way to track the activity at your next meeting, Ketchup could be just the ticket. What features do you look for in a meeting note manager? Talk about it in the comments.