Here is an additional Googledoc shared with other colleagues in our department.
Again, with this "thing" I feel like there is overlap between what we are already doing in our school. I've enjoyed checking out some new sites, but we already have different sites we use within our district that have the same capabilities. Students use these in multiple classes and I feel that implementation of new site/software might just make it more difficult for students to easily transition from teacher to teacher. You know, the whole, "don't reinvent the wheel" thing?
I love using Google drive to share assignments with students. I've also had students work collaboratively on Google docs before. My biggest complaint (and it has to do with networking at our school) is that sometimes when we get too many students working on the same doc, sometimes Google gets a little "wonky." It will freeze up on students or force close. Also, the initial sharing of the document (and making sure if gets shared with me) can be time consuming. Oh, and not to mention the differences between "share edit" and "share comment"!
As for Meeting Wizard, I felt like it was more of a hassle than anything else. We use Outlook calendars throughout the district and they seem to get the job done. As for scheduling and responses, if it is a big task, I just use Google forms (for instance, my students don't fill out a paper syllabus, they fill out a Google Form and then Google creates a response page. Easy-breezy).
I like Lino a lot, just not for taking notes like we were supposed to during our meeting. I use Lino with my 9th graders. They use it to create their independent reading reflections (different color sticky notes for different aspects of the project i.e. quotes, connections, predictions etc.).
These last two "things" really have been similar to activities or assignment I already do in my classroom; a number of the sites I was already quite familiar with. However, I have enjoyed seeing different perspectives or other ways to use them in the future.