Your Meetings Tracked & Optimized #3mins

Konstantinos Anastasiadis @ SCALEUP | September 18, 2020

Working on the sales departments means dealing with a lot of appointments and meetings. Last time we introduced you a useful way to optimize your meeting scheduling with Doddle or Calendly.
Besides these two, there are a lot of other tools addressed to SMEs that can fit your company needs.

As you understood, at SCALEUP we strongly believe that data visualization helps every kind of company to boost its business, not only corporates. Here's a quick time-saving dashboard to track your time spend on meetings. A great touchbased to assess your time and track those time wasters.

#1. The Google Dashboard Key Elements

The basic data we suggest to put into the template are:

X1 Scorecard

Indicating the busiest day and the busiest month. In this way, you can notice when it’s better to avoid to schedule more meetings and organize your work based on this info

X1 Pie Chart - Meeting Status

How many times your clients or suppliers cancel the meeting or postpone meetings?

X2 Bar or line charts - Meetings Total

If you like overtime charts and mid-long overview, you could build an overtime area chart with the total appointment per month taking into consideration the last semester or year.

X1 Bar chart to have - Per Day Meetings It could also be used to have an overview of next week's business.

#2. Skip that just PlugnPlay

Choose one of the open-source tools in Google Marketplace, use Timely and track your own time spend on every activity/meeting. Explore more than 6 different Google Calendar extensions and transform your calendar into the maximum productivity platform it really is!

#3. Thoughts & Reflections

Basic dashboards can be very helpful and you don’t need to buy an expensive tool to start visualizing your data. Data visualization helps people interact with information and use data available to boost their business, you don’t need to be a big Corp to apply this today!