QuickMinutes Agenda Templates
We thought you might like some templates to make your agendas easier to write, therefore, we created a new agenda templates section where you can choose from some of our sample templates or create your own templates.
1. Go to My Groups.
2. Click your relevant Group.
3. When you create a new meeting, you will see the option to select an Agenda template in MeetSpace.
4. For example, you can see under "project" there are 3 agenda template options for a project meeting. Similarly, 3 options for Sales and HR, there are many more coming soon! If you have any suggestions feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
. You may also notice you can customize your agenda templates
which will will appear under "My Templates".
Custom Agenda Templates
We thought you might like some templates to make your agendas easier to write, therefore, we created a new agenda templates section where you can create some of your favourite templates. Just to note, Agenda templates are only available in MeetSpace ...
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