meet in Vowel
No matter what your engineering team is building, Vowel is the place for your teams to meet. Spend less time in meetings and more time building the product that your end users will love and use.
Where all your agile ceremonies live
- Sprint Planning
- Daily Stand-ups
Vowel is the one meeting platform that you’ll ever need. With Vowel, you can focus on the meeting itself rather than taking notes and trying to remember what you needed to work on.
Never miss a meeting again
- Meetings are always recorded and transcribed
- Action items have all the context you need
- Catch up to meetings even if you’re late
In Vowel, meetings don’t happen in a vacuum, they can be reviewed by all members of the team and action items can be assigned even if any member of the team can’t attend the meeting. Our instant transcripts let you quickly catch up to the meeting without asking everybody to reset.
Spend less time in meetings
- Clear and concise meeting transcriptions
- Powerful search function
- Pre-meeting agendas
Your meetings are automatically transcribed. Engineering teams never need to go back and rehash a solution that they’ve already discussed. Problems that have previously solved in meetings can quickly be found in our powerful search function.
Resources for creating better meetings
Sep 7, 2021We’ve raised $13.5M in new capital to continue on our mission to make every meeting more inclusive and worthwhile. The Series A was led by David Hornik of Lobby Capital, and with participation from an incredible group of seasoned founders and operators...
May 19, 2021Organizations have recently started evaluating their company cultures and considering their level of inclusivity. Many leaders have made great strides in showing that all their employees are valued and heard. One of the best places for a company to...
May 9, 2021It’s no secret that meetings have become an almost dreadful part of working life. You see jokes about them on the internet. Employees complain about the wasted time that interrupts their day. One humorist wrote that “if you had to identify, in one word, the...