It’s simple - if you have a meeting with an agenda that seems to always go over, this is the meeting timer template for you!
Enter your topics, their dependents, and the meeting start time and you’re ready to roll. This template also comes complete with an inline countdown timer to count the minutes for each item on the agenda, and a blinking real-time stopwatch “shamer” to remind people of their wrongdoing when they go over time. Efficient meetings FTW.
1️⃣ Set Meeting Start Time:
2️⃣ Set Agenda:
3️⃣ For each Topic, click Start to start timer, click End to log duration:
Total Topics: / Topics Under Time: / Topics Over Time:
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Meeting Timer FAQ
How do I show this timer on a Zoom meeting?
As long as you are using this Coda doc to track your meetings, all you need to do is share your screen in your Zoom meeting and use this meeting timer to help keep you and your team on schedule. By limiting the amount of time you spend on each item, discussions will become more productive and intentional. This means you can even use this timer easily in breakout rooms!
Can you add a timer to Teams meeting?
Yes you can. All you need to do is use this Coda doc to structure your meeting agenda and share your screen on Teams meeting. This meeting timer is embedded in the Coda doc and will keep you and your team's virtual meetings on schedule.
Can you set up a timer on Google meet?
Yes you can. This timer is embedded in the Coda doc and you can share your screen on Google Meet to keep your agenda on schedule. This will improve meeting efficiency by time-blocking each agenda item. The best part is that you can use this across multiple different virtual meeting apps.