Following are answers to questions about the recent Decisions offer to make its solution available for free to organizations on the front lines of COVID-19.
Who is eligible for the free offer?
Decisions will be available for free to all new customers within nonprofit, local and regional government, and healthcare organizations, regardless of size or region. More specifically, this includes organizations with a nonprofit tax designation; city, county, regional and state governments; and hospitals and nursing homes.
What is the time period for the offer?
The offer is valid until August 31, 2020.
Does Decisions take my credit information?
No. There is no fine print or use restrictions, and we do not require a credit card or other commitment to begin.
What happens after August 31?
Leading up to that date, our team will be in touch to talk about pricing and usage. We will not immediately shut down access to users.
How do we deploy Decisions within our organization?
Our solution is built entirely within Microsoft Teams and Office 365, which makes deployment quick and secure.
- Download Decisions for Microsoft Teams and/or Decisions Meeting Secretary for Outlook from Microsoft AppSource.
- Share these steps with your Office 365 administrator or help desk need to get started: Deploying Decisions to users in your organization
- That’s it!
What does this offer include?
This offer includes complete use of all Decisions integration with Microsoft Teams, Outlook, OneNote, Word and Planner; meeting task management; agenda timer; decision management; the Meeting Book; and the Meeting Engagement Score™.
Organizations that would like to access the Meeting Planner or have a custom meeting minutes template created should contact email@example.com.
Is there a user limit to the free offer?
No, there is no user limit.
Where should I go if I need help?
You can visit our blog for the latest product updates and meeting tips, and our Help Center (where you are now!) is full of resources to help you use Decisions.
My company doesn’t have Office 365. Can we still use Decisions?
Unfortunately, no. Decisions is built on Office 365 and is only available to users on that platform.