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Minutes, take back control of your meetings

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Name of the App: Minutes


Unproductive time is a big issue for business big and small, meetings in the other hand is the most expensive and unproductive space this days, not only it implies a group of people not doing their job all together, it generates more unproductive tasks afterwards

Meetings generates value that get lost over emails, messages, boards, pictures and long media file and transcriptions that no-one ever use again.

Introducing Minutes an App that allows you to follow up all the value generated within a meeting, storing all the value generated in a single place.

With eye catchy indicators and easy to manage actions, Minutes is the best companion for all kinds of meetings.

Assign tasks with due dates to your attendees, schedule local notifications for those items, catch and store ideas or notes generated over the meeting and share this information in an indexed and easy to follow minute document with all the people involved.


Create meeting minutes in no time Create tasks, info, done or idea items Capture the value from your meetings using a simple yet powerfull app Sync your data accross devices Build with SwiftUI Works for iPhone and iPads URL: https://minutes.dynamiteapps.io AppStore: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/minutes/id1483067743



very cool! how did you create the amazing website? and how did you get such a great? and the little people on the images, amazing!



and do you have a public beta? I whould love to beta test!


the website is nice, it tells about features like dark mode, dynamic type, but nothing about WHAT the app does. That should be on top of the page. My take from it is: "cool looking app, nice features, but what the hell does the app do?"


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