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Fellow is where teams gather to build collaborative meeting agendas, record decisions, and keep each other accountable.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why use a meeting agenda template?

A meeting agenda template provides structure, sets expectations for the meeting participants, and builds consistency for recurring meetings. 

Typically a meeting agenda template includes headers (such as Metrics, Roadblocks, Goals, etc.) that provide the roadmap of what should be discussed in the meeting and what needs to be added to the meeting agenda in order to have a productive meeting. 

Templates can also provide inspiration and prompt meaningful discussions that might not have happened otherwise.

What should be included in a meeting agenda?

A meeting agenda can differ depending on the needs of the team and on the meeting type. In general, your meeting agenda should include discussion topics and key points, action items, and decisions that need to be made. 

For more specifics of what to include in the meeting agenda for a specific type of meeting, browse through our template library for suggestions and examples.

Can I customize Fellow agenda templates?

Yes! The template provides the basic outline and you’ll have the ability to customize the template into something that works great for you and your team. You can edit the content, add personalization, embed images/media, and add some style with colors and highlights. Fellow also has some custom features such as Sections, and automations that can help take your agenda (and the template) to the next level of productivity. 

Do you need an agenda for every meeting?

Meeting agendas help provide structure to the meeting, set expectations, and ensure that every meeting attendee is on the same page. Having an agenda in place is also a great way to keep everyone focused and on task, which can ensure that the meeting ends on time, ultimately saving you time.