This article is part of a series of articles about learning how to use Challo. To start the series see: Learning to use Challo.
The following table describes an example scenario that you can use Challo for:
|In this scenario, you have several new business opportunities that you want to review and priortize with your colleagues.|
|Starting a new track|
- Log in to Challo.
- Open menu
- Create a new track and write a brief summary, outlining that you want to review and prioritize the new opportunities you have found.
See: Starting a track
|Bringing your opportunities together||You have lots of documentation to share with your team. You have already captured information in separate documents for each opportunity. You store each document in your organization’s Google Drive.|
- Visit your track.
- You add a link for each document to the track.
This lets you find it quickly when you need to refer to it.
See: Sharing content in your track
|Building your team||Now that you have all your content ready to share, you can build your team to review your documents, by inviting people to your track.|
- Add the new members to your track.
- Challo invites them to take part and guides them through signup if necessary.
- If you want your team to add their own content, set their roles to collaborator. Otherwise, you can set their roles to viewer and they can still join meetings and chat.
See: Managing track members
|Holding a meeting||Now is a perfect opportunity to start a meeting with your colleagues, so you can discuss each opportunity in details.|
During a meeting:
- When discussing the opportunities you determine which ones your team follows up on. You create and assign actions for the opportunities.
See: Managing track actions
|Monitoring progress||Use actions to monitor progress. You decide to create new tracks for each opportunity to follow up. When all your actions are complete, you decide to close the track because you no longer require this track.|
See: Ending a track
- Gather all the necessary information before the meeting starts.
- Refer to your documents quickly from within the meeting without interrupting the flow.
- Raise actions immediately, so nothing is lost.
- Access to relevant documents before the meeting starts.
- No time wasting by requesting access to specific documents.
- Stay engaged during the meeting.
- Record outcomes and decisions.
- Reach consensus quickly.