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blogUseful Tips

  1. 19 October 2012

    The yaM team has completed developing the set of applications for Google. The integration with Google Tasks, that allows you to work easily with Action Items created by you of your colleagues during meetings, has been finalized.

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  2. 13 October 2012

    Track the time you spend on your meeting!

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  3. 05 October 2012

    The yaM Team has worked hard over the summer to make yaM cooler and more personalized.

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  4. 18 September 2012

    We all use calendars for planning our work days. Today's post is about yaM integration with Google Calendar.

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  5. 21 August 2012

    In today's post, all yaM users, friends and followers will learn how to add new participants to a meeting.

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  6. 16 August 2012

    In this post you will learn how to use Workgroups effectively.

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  7. 14 August 2012

    In real life, creating meeting minutes is a time-consuming process. You should keep in mind all the details of the meeting, prepare the document, distribute it among all the meeting participants, collect comments, follow up and set tasks. With yaM, this process is a piece of cake.

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  8. 29 November 2011

    Meetings, meetings, meetings…They can be effective, boring, long, short, unproductive, fruitful, a waste of time. Have you ever come to the end of a staff meeting and wondered what was accomplished? Most of us have. For meetings to be productive, they must first be on purpose. Second, they should have a clear agenda. In our 15th issue of the last week’s top links we are going to talk about brainstorm meetings and how to run them using yaM, learn how to make boring meetings more fun and discuss why most meetings are a waste of time. Remember: Time is Money!

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  9. 18 October 2011

    Dear yaM friends, welcome to the eleventh issue of the last week's top links! Do you know what the word "maximum" means? It is defined as the greatest or highest amount possible or attained. Can maximum be achieved in meetings? It surely can! If you follow our recommendations.

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  10. 11 October 2011

    Our dear users and blog followers, you are about to read our "healthiest issue" on meetings. In this issue we will provide you with all the necessary information on how to make meetings productive and healthy at the same time! The average employee has a fast-paced lifestyle ruled by a host of unhealthy habits. Most disregard regular exercise, don’t sleep enough, and work too much. Since meetings occupy a large part of our time, we are here to help you make your meetings matter and stay healthy. Are you excited?

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