Groupthink is the place for your entire team to chat with a GPT-powered AI that reads the internet to provide personalized responses. Invite your friends and family, collaborate on projects, and make use of Groups and Threads to organize conversations.
Welcome new (and returning) users! For those who may be seeing this email for the first time, we are the founders of Groupthink and we send this daily email with our progress.
Last week we talked about Groupthink’s “skills” and hinted at new functionality around having better meetings. As part of building this out, we really want to hear about what the modern knowledge worker likes and dislikes about meetings.
We’ve started having this conversation with everyone we talk to each day. As it turns out, people who spend their week in meetings have some opinions!
We want to hear your opinion. If you’ve ever been in a meeting that was too long, too short, boring, engaging, without an agenda, without a purpose, joyous, enraging, or anything in between these things, we want to hear about it.
Our goal is to ship a new set of functionality within Groupthink that can alleviate the pain found in agendaless meetings by helping meeting organizers and participants be better prepared before the meeting and better informed after the meeting.
If you’re interested in talking to us about how we could improve your meetings, schedule a quick call with us here.
Today we’ve also added the ability to set a custom avatar and username. We’re working hard on making @mentions work, and this is the first step on that journey.
To set your username, log into Groupthink and click “Integrations & Settings” OR click this link, then add your Username in the settings form.
You’ll also be able to edit details including your name, email address, and password.