Use a physical notebook for memory
I started keeping a log of my interactions in Zoom meetings. This means that I write the date, time, purpose, and who were present in the meeting in the notebook. The physical act of writing helps me remember. I can then go back to the notebook which is in chronological order to help be backtrack conversations and decisions.
Create a shared note or document with your manager
For my 1:1 with my direct manager, I create a document that logs every previous and upcoming session. Before an upcoming session, I copy the notes from the previous session, updates, and questions and paste them for the next session. In my calendar invites, I make sure the link to this not is present.
UX Operations change log
This is more specific for my role as a Sr. DesignOps Manager. However, if you are a part of managing and in a lot of cases refining UX team processes, I recommend creating a living document that logs those changes.
In mine, I put down things that I have created such as UX Research request form as well as items that I have updated and moved.
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