Using Challo after a meeting
Modified on: Mon, 15 Nov, 2021 at 8:31 AM
This article is part of a series of articles about learning how to use Challo. To start the series see: Learning to use Challo.
|After a meeting|
|Add more content to the resource track|
You can share files when you visit a track. For example: You may want to share additional documents after a meeting.
Challo gives you the flexibility to manage your activities from within a track.
See: Sharing content in your track
|Invite more members to your track|
Adding members means the right people are working on tasks.
See: Managing track members
|Replay your meeting recordings|
Recordings of all your meeting sessions remain on your track so that nothing is lost. Track members can replay your meeting and read the transcripts that Challo generates, so that everyone knows what occurs on your track.
See: Meeting recordings and transcripts
|Use your existing tools:|
Add a Slack channel
If your administrator configures a slack integration, you can use Challo to show a log of a slack channel on a track.
See: Using applications on the Add menu
|Schedule a subsequent meeting|
A track does not end when the meeting finishes. You schedule follow up meetings to check progress and review your actions. All your meetings, conversations, and content for follow up meetings remain available on the track.
See: Scheduling a meeting
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