Upon entering Powow you will land on the Meeting Flows page that displays meetings within your Workgroup. Meetings are gathered in thematic ribbons to navigate through. Read more here.
The Meetings Calendar displays all past and planned meetings in your company. If the calls are made with conference tools and Powow Agent email@example.com is invited, your calendar will be automatically in sync. In the Calendar, you can filter meetings by owner, date, duration, criticality, and associations. Switch to List View to display and search by the meeting name and the date. Overall, the Meeting section is here to get you to the meeting you want to review.
This section shows a list of Workgroup Participants, with stats on the number of meetings they organized, the number of projects they are in, and the amount of time they spoke in their meetings.
In this section, you can manage all the tasks from meetings you have access to, as well as manage tasks assigned directly to you or by you.
The Dashboard offers you a real-time snapshot of your meetings with the opportunity to dive even deeper: check out specific lowlights and highlights or track published meeting minutes then jump into a meeting of interest. The Dashboard focuses on meetings from the past 7 days to keep you up-to-date.
This section has 2 subcategories:
Custom Topics - focus on the topics that are important to you by quickly navigating to relevant meetings based on affinity to your topic of interest.
Meeting to Meeting - create Meeting Series using custom filters to track the dynamics, decisions, and issues from one meeting to the next.
Custom Labels - add and manage labels that can be associated with meetings for faster filtering and Meeting To Meeting analytics.
Correction Phrases - add and manage fixes for organization jargon, acronyms, and commonly mistranscribed words. If there are terms that are commonly mistranscribed, you can use the Correction Phrases feature to ensure it appears correctly in the text of your meeting. For example, the word “Powow” itself is unfamiliar to the Powow Agent so it transcribes this word in different ways such as "Powell" or "Pablo". In the Powow AI Organization, we added these mistranscribed words to Correction Phrases to fix our transcription.
The Organization section is not available for regular Users. Only Organization Admins can view and edit this section.
Organization Details - this category allows you to manage your organization details. See how to in the article Organization Details And Contacts.
Users - Here you can find and manage a list of all users. A user is an account holder with limited management permissions. Users will have access to some sections and some will be restricted. See Users permissions here.
Admins - Here you can find and manage a list of all admins. An Admin is an account holder with extended manage permissions. Admins will have access to all the sections available with a service plan chosen by the organization.
Censored Language - censor unwanted words and phrases in your meeting text. They will be hidden with black marks in a meeting.
Confidential Content - define any confidential phrases for your organization. Meetings with such phrases will be made private automatically after submission.
Associations - add new programs, projects, departments, and channels. Assign them to organize your meetings, participants, and profile.
Archived Meetings - contains all archived meetings within your organization. You can unarchive or delete a meeting in this section. Note that after deleting, the meeting cannot be recovered.
Access controls - users can share access to a meeting based on its Associations, such as a Project, Program, or Department. This allows users to use Associations as a tool to share instant access to a number of colleagues in a related area or effort.
Audit History - monitor the history of changes within your organization. Click to each category to see what changes were done, by whom, and when.
Workgroups - In a company with many employees working across many teams, Workgroups are essential to organize the workforce. In Powow, a Workgroup mirrors the environment inside the company to organize members and the meeting data they create in the platform. Learn more here.
Integrations - connect Powow to conference apps you are using to unlock new abilities with Powow.
One-click registration - let Users of your organization register with a company domain in one click.
Displays a shortcut to your last visited meeting. Click on the meeting to dive deeper.
On the upper toolbar, you will see quick access buttons to some of the essentials of Powow:
The menu shows the sidebar which is your main navigation tool. Every click on the menu icon will hide or unhide the sidebar. In the folded version you will see only icons of menu sections. Unfolded - names and subcategories. All the names are clickable. To see more about each menu section check the Sidebar Menu article.
Help will take you to the Powow Help Center for articles, videos, and live chat. Also with the Help icon, you can re-enable tooltips.
The Invite to Meeting form in the web app allows users to add the Powow Agent to an in-progress or scheduled meeting. This can be useful if you forgot to invite the Agent, you want to delay when the Agent joins the meeting, or if you aren’t the original meeting owner but still want to include Powow.
Within the Calls dropdown, you can:
- View meeting status
- Unfold the meeting and see its dial-in info
- Have the agent redial into the meeting
- View and manage calls with issue alerts
- Proceed to meeting details
- Change the dial-in info
- Announce a security code
Notifications alert you about new meetings, newly generated Key Items, new assignments, etc.