In an episode of Extra Crunch Live recently, Roelof Botha expressed excitement not just about the shift to teleconference platforms like Zoom, however the apps and bots that may emerge on top of the Zoom environment. Interestingly, Zoom just revealed the results of its Market App competitors, with Docket taking top place. Docket was established in January of 2019 with a mission to bring sound judgment to meetings. The company declares that more than 70 percent of meetings, both in-person and remote, occur without an agenda flowed before the meeting starts.
Docket begins with the facility that every meeting must have a prioritized, distributed program and then kicks it up a notch. The platform allows you to share that agenda and construct, in addition to take notes on conference minutes and choices made to share those after the truth. Docket also has a Job Supervisor feature, so users can share action products after the meeting to the folks that require to get things done.
Naturally, Docket handles the notes, to-do lists and agendas from each particular conference in an archive so you can go back and evaluate the important details you require, as well as assess the productivity of specific meetings.
Docket integrates with Evernote, Slack and Zoom (of course). With the Docket Bot for Zoom, much of the platform’s performance in fact lives within Zoom. The agenda and recap notes appear directly in the Zoom chat, and conference visitors can take collaborative notes about the meeting without ever leaving their Zoom chat window.
Docket also retrieves the Zoom transcription and recording and connects it straight to the respective Docket conference as an artifact, letting you go back and search for the specific phrasing around a decision or meeting topic.
Zoom’s Market App competitors was announced at Zoomtopia in October of 2019. The winner, in this case Docket, was picked by Zoom in addition to a range of Zoom’s investors, including Development, Horizons Ventures, Maven Ventures, and Sequoia Capital.
Docket will get as much as $2 million in financing from these equity capital orgs, as well as an advisory session with Zoom’s top item leaders. The reward likewise includes priority advancement support from Zoom, a DTEN D7 55″ all-in-one interactive whiteboard with a 3-year Zoom Rooms license, and 10 Zoom Pro licenses for 3 years.
Finalists from the competitors include Aspiration, Blossom, Discuss.io, Friday, iScribeHealth, Pledgeling, Session, Social27, and Tiled. All the finalists received a Logitech Pro Personal Video Partnership Kit by means of a Logitech sponsorship of the competitors.
Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.