You’ve just spent an hour in yet another fruitless meeting. Worse yet, it went halfway into lunch. Yaaay. Qoffee solves this problem by setting an agenda that you’ll actually stick to.
Qoffee is built on the Lean Coffee methodology, a system that enables attendees to dynamically and democratically generate a meeting agenda via post-it notes and written notes.
With Qoffee, attendees can digitally submit and vote on specific talking points for the meeting. Attendees can also prioritise talking points by voting. Qoffee will dedicate time to the highest priority talking points, and notify attendees when the allotted time is up so a discussion doesn’t take up more time than it should.
The timer is a very useful tactic. Similarly, the voting mechanism and adding extra time works well. However, virtually adding other users to this meeting as it’s in progress is difficult. The current solution also doesn’t have note-taking and recording capabilities, so you should check out Evernote if you need those features. (Have a look at some note-taking advice here.)