"That meeting could have been an email"

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Hey [Meeting Organizer's Name],

Just following up after the last meeting to let you know ... yeah, it could have been an email.

Someone at your work used our site to send an anonymous email letting you know that they appreciate you but that meeting on a scale of Apple products...was an iPhone 5c.

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  1. Have a useless meeting

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