Smart meeting notes for Dropbox Paper

With smart meeting notes in Dropbox Paper you can easily create and share meeting notes with all attendees. Smart meeting notes are available to anyone who uses Paper. With smart meeting notes, you can:

  • Create docs based off of your Google Calendar with one click
  • Easily share with meeting attendees

Create a meeting note

If you have connected a Google account, you can create and share meeting notes with your others. To create a meeting note:

  1. Log in to Dropbox Paper.
  2. Click Create Meeting Note, or click the meeting you want to create a note for.

Note: You can create a meeting note not connected to a scheduled meeting using a Paper template by clicking Create Meeting Note.

Share your meeting notes with attendees

If other attendees are invited to your meeting, their names appear in a dialogue box in your doc. To invite attendees to your doc:

  1. Log in to Dropbox Paper.
  2. Click Create Meeting Note, or click the meeting you want to create a note for.
  3. In the meeting note, the sharing box appears with the attendees automatically populated from Google Calendar. To share with the attendees, click Send.

Connect Google Calendar

To use smart meeting notes, connect your Dropbox and Google Calendar accounts:

  1. Log in to Dropbox Paper.
  2. Click Create Meeting Note. If you haven’t connected Dropbox with Google Calendar yet, the button says Sync with Google Calendar.
  3. A box appears, explaining that Dropbox would like to integrate with Google Calendar. Click Allow.

Your upcoming meetings then populate under Create Meeting Note. Click on one of these links to create a smart meeting note.

What information is shared between Dropbox and Google Calendar when I connect them?

Integrating with Google Calendar gives Dropbox access to your email address, basic profile information, and contacts.

How do I disconnect Google Calendar and Dropbox?

  1. Log in to Dropbox Paper.
  2. Click your avatar or initials.
  3. Click Settings.
  4. Click Manage connected accounts.
  5. Next to Gmail, click disconnect.
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