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Automating meetings

Heyo! It’s been quite the journey for Automate All the Things over the last 18 months. It all began a
Automating meetings
By Aron Korenblit • Issue #1 • View online
Heyo!
It’s been quite the journey for Automate All the Things over the last 18 months.
It all began as a friend challenging me to teach Excel to lawyers (seriously). That challenge turned into 12 dinners at which we tried to automate attendees most boring tasks. Feedback from those events (we want online resources!) motivated me to create The Essential Guide to Airtable.
The project now has a home at aatt.io and through this weekly newsletter where I’ll share automation tutorials every week so you can spend more time doing what you love and less on the mundane.
Let’s get to it.
Aron

Automating meetings part 1
Meeting [noun]: a gathering where minutes are taken and hours wasted.
In our first video in a series on automating (stuff around) meetings, we create a dashboard auto-magically tracking the time I spend in meetings every week using Zapier, Google Calendar and Airtable.
Tools I'm learning
Webflow: Design. Build. Launch. Webflow is the ultimate no-code website builder. With it you can build complex beautiful websites without a single line of code. Webflow powers aatt.io.
Coda.io: Coda is a new doc that grows with your ideas. 
What can I automate for you?
Take it as free consulting: if there’s anything I can automate for you (and make a video out of it), simply reply to this email with what you have in mind!
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