Nine out of ten attendees agree: this meeting sucks. And why are there ten people here, anyway? With Miter, meetings are productive and deliver meaningful outcomes. Plus, better meetings equals fewer meetings and more getting stuff done.
Your info is precious, and we’re not going to be jerks with it. We won’t be selling it or giving it away, and we’ll keep our own communication to a minimum.
When we say "meeting," what do you feel? Boredom? Frustration? Panic? For most of us, meetings are a necessary evil, an inescapable distraction from actually getting work done.
At Miter, we think that’s crazy—and unnecessary. Meetings should be part of getting the work done. They can be energizing and constructive. With clear outcomes. And donuts. Or at least donut emojis.
Miter is a software product that guides you to better meetings. We work in concert with the tools you already use, like Zoom and Google Calendar. We combine research on what makes meetings work, behavioral science, and superb user experience to produce meeting magic.
So people walk out of your meeting saying, “That was great!”
Nobody wants to prep for meetings. And here’s the thing: better agendas don’t make better meetings. So why waste the time? Miter focuses directly on your goals for the meeting and doesn’t bog you down with agenda theater.
To achieve your goals, you need the right structure—that’s facilitation. Miter brings on-demand facilitation to everyone as a toolbox inside our product, so your weekly team meeting can run as smoothly as your executive offsite. (OK, more smoothly—I hear that offsite is a nightmare.)
We’ve all been in the rerun meeting. You know, the one we scheduled because we already had the meeting but we can’t remember what happened? Yeah. Miter does easy, curated summaries focused on goals and outcomes, so you get a recap instead of a rerun.
Sound intriguing? Awesome! We need your help shaping Miter as it evolves. Drop us your email; we’ll keep you informed and add you to our really-early-access program. Want to get more involved? We’re hiring founding engineers.