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December 07, 2006


Eric Eggertson

Clicking away on a smart phone during a meeting can be seen to be disrespectful if everyone assumes you're checking your e-mails, instead of taking notes. If you're getting stares, maybe ask someone to clarify the spelling of something, so it's clear you're taking notes. :0

Answer: Thanks Eric for the suggestion. Maybe the etiquette might be "if you're planning on taking notes using your smartphone during a meeting, let others know, so they are aware that you are engaged with them, and not distracted by e-mail or other smartphone activities. If the note taking on the smartphone is however distracting to you or to them, consider a notebook and a pen"
- Pierre.

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