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How to Successfully Invite Yourself to a Meeting That Was Unsuccessfully Rescheduled

by Slogging (Slack Blogging)3mApril 8th, 2022
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Here at HackerNoon, we have different departments. Incredible and eccentric people are present throughout the various teams, but department roles differ. As previously announced in our product updates blog account, the marketing department is eager to regularly honour the work of our developers. This 'honours program' helps to keep everyone in the loop on the many cool things we're designing. As such, a discussion about the process was in order. Such a discussion usually requires a meeting. Below is a glimpse of how creative people try and schedule a meeting. Ellen, the Marketing Campaign Lead makes an attempt to invite herself to a product meeting and is promptly met with suspicion (rightfully so). [Clearly marked satire.]

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