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Transitioning from Docket to Fellow

Showcasing Fellow alternatives/equivalents to Docket features and other general set-up tips to help you get started with Fellow

Mikaela Friedrich avatar
Written by Mikaela Friedrich
Updated over a week ago

Docket has recently announced that they will be sunsetting their tool on December 8, 2022. If you are looking for a replacement for your meeting management needs the ensures collaboration, Fellow is the tool for you!

At Fellow, we want to make the transition from Docket as seamless as possible! In this article, we'll discuss some tips:

How to transfer your Docket notes into Fellow

One of the benefits of using a meeting management software is that all your meeting notes can be kept in one central place. Import your notes from Docket into Fellow by:

  1. Exporting your data from Docket

  2. Upload the .zip file from Docket

Please contact Fellow's support team at if you have any questions or encounter any issues.

Alternatives/equivalents to Docket features

Fellow gives you access to 1-on-1 notes, team meeting notes, as well as non-meeting related note streams. With Fellow, you're able to easily store your notes, access your note history and review your action items in an organized way. Here are some specifics alternatives/equivalents to the Docket features you love:

Fellow also offers a similar suite of integrations as Docket including Slack, Salesforce, HubSpot, Zoom, and both Google and Office calendars. Fellow also has a lot of additional integrations that you can take advantage of including integrations with Asana, ClickUp, and MS Teams. You can view the entire list of integrations here.

If you're looking to learn more about the key differences between Fellow and Docket, we have a more detailed page here.

Suggested workflows

When first getting started with Fellow, we highly recommend installing our apps and extensions including our desktop app, mobile app, and Chrome/Firefox extensions. The Chrome/Firefox extension will allow you to bring your meeting notes right into Google Meet, just like it worked with Docket and Zoom.

We also suggest setting up meeting automations including:

  • Time Saver: If there is no agenda created for a meeting, Fellow will either automatically cancel the meeting or prompt participants to cancel it themselves. Because "no agenda, no attenda".

  • Pre-meeting Reminders: Send out automatic reminders to meeting participants before the meeting starts

  • Post-meeting Recaps: Send meeting attendees the notes after the meeting has ended.

General info to get started with Fellow!

Once you've made your Fellow account it's time to start exploring! For a more detailed walk through of our many amazing features, take a look at this article, but we'll give you a quick run down below.

Fellow has 3 main sections: Home, Meetings, and Feedback. Within these sections you'll find various elements such as action items, templates, meeting notes, streams and 1-on-1s.

Within the Meetings section you will be able to collaborate with your teammates in real-time, specify takeaways/todos, and create a historical series of notes. You can customize your meetings notes with a wide range of formatting options such as action items and talking points! For more details on how you can customize your meetings notes, check out this article.


If you are making the switch from Fellow to Docket, please let us know if we can help! Our support team is available via email ( or the Intercom bubble on the right hand corner of your screen. We're pretty fast to respond so you can expect an answer to your question within 24 hours. If there are any features that you miss/would like to see in Fellow, send us a quick message. We're always interested in feedback!

If you'd like to meet with our team to discuss pricing for your workspace, feel free to connect with us at

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