I'm transitioning my meetings to QuickMinutes, now what?

I'm transitioning my meetings to QuickMinutes, now what?


QuickMinutes is a web application that is accessible at QuickMinutes.com.
More info on accessibility can be found here


  1. One to One training can be booked here.
  2. Register for our onboarding webinar here.

Running Your First Meeting:

  • Step 1: Create your group

  • Step 2: Create your meeting and upload meeting documentation

  • Step 3: Add members

  • Step 4: Monitor (from members section) and ensure members are able to access the system

Support Information:

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