Setting up your free-trial of Inspirometer

Get_Started_ButtonClick the video below for a quick run through on how to set up the Inspirometer trial for your team or organisation. Then click the button on the right to get started.                                        If your trial is already running, click here to join in.

Once you have set up your trial site, scroll down for more guidance on how to set up your team within it, and how you can work with your team members to use the site, view their own meeting data and improve their own meeting effectiveness.



Now you have set up your trial site, the video on the right will show you how to set up your team structure and team members within it. This is a quick and easy process, and enables you to have a small team up and running on Inspirometer in minutes.

Setting up your team

Once the team has been set up, the next step is for each of them (and yourself if you have not already done so) to install the basic software that will set-up your calendar and your mobile devices to enable meeting feedback and statistics.

The following videos show what is involved, and how quick and easy it is…


Installing the Outlook Add-in

Downloading the mobile App

Accessing your account

Clicking on a video will start it running and show the basic video controls. Click on the square outline in the bottom right corner of the video to see it in full screen mode.

The following videos then show how you and your team can set up your meetings for feedback, provide feedback to each other, and see and share the results.

Setting-up meeting feedback

Providing meeting feedback

Viewing and sharing feedback

To share these videos with your team, we suggest you direct them to which will guide them through the process.


You can use your own account to monitor your team’s progress in this, and to provide support and encouragement where it is needed. The video on the right provides helpful guidance in this.

Supporting your team’s progress

All of these videos are included in the video training units, which can be found here: