How do I create an Agenda?

How do I create an Agenda?

Once you create a meeting you can launch the agenda builder to set the discussion for your meeting.

1. Click on Create Agenda and this will enable the Agenda Builder.





2. You can set the different discussion items and have the option to attach associated links/files to each item.

3. Meeting details with be automatically populated (Date/Time/Location).

4. A copy of your last agenda items with be loaded to serve a draft (we understand that agendas can contain lots of standing items). The minutes from your last meeting (if existing) will automatically be attached.

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