I find that the best way to review a bunch of task in a meeting is to create a project about that meeting. You link in all the tasks you want to discuss ahead of time and put them in a section called Agenda.
Before the meeting, you invite your team members and they can link in any tasks they would like to discuss. You can leave conversations, etc., just like any project.
Throughout the meeting, if any new tasks are created, you can add them to a section called Action Items.
Before the meeting is over, you can make sure that all tasks are assigned to someone so they don’t fall through the cracks.
After the meeting is over, you can go through those tasks and put them in the relevant projects, assign custom field values, etc.
This is an old thread, so hopefully you got something figured out, but your use case example seemed perfect for a Meeting project.
Another way to do this would be to create a “Meeting” tag. You could then go through all the tasks you want to discuss in your meeting and tag them. Then, when the meeting starts, everyone can run a report on the tag “Meeting” and they will have the exact list of tasks to discuss.
I think each use case depends on the scope of the meeting.