What is the 'Minutes Builder'?
The Minute Builder allows you to quickly record meeting notes and produce a professional document once published.
1. You can launch the Minute builder once the Agenda has been set from the Meeting section of your Group by clicking on the letter 'M'.
2. You can also access the Minute builder in MeetSpace.
4. The Minute Builder will come pre populated with meeting location, date and time. It will automatically attach the minutes of the last meeting.
5. The topics from the Agenda will also pre populate in the Minute Builder in the same format. The Minute Builder allows you to rearrange topics easily with click and drag feature.
6. You can also turn on 'attendance record' so meeting Attendees, Apologies & Absentees are recorded on the Minutes document
What is the Attendance record in the 'Minutes Builder?
The attendance record is an optional feature where you can record group members attendance on the minutes document. Attendance is broken into: 1. Attendees 2. Apologies 3. Absentees Simply turn this feature on from the minutes builder:
What options do I have when working on Meeting Minutes?
Note: Only meeting administrators can see the minutes builder. This means that you can quickly take the notes during the meeting and review, edit and publish at a later stage. The following options are available when working on meeting minutes using ...
How to regenerate an Agenda/Minutes document?
1. Open the document you want to regenerate (Agenda or Minutes document) by clicking the 'A' or 'M' icons. 2. Make a temporary change/edit to the document. 3. Close the builder. 4. Now reopen your agenda/minutes document - the document should have ...
What is MeetSpace?
MeetSpace puts all QuickMinutes meeting related features in one place, creating easy access to your Meeting Agenda, Minutes, Documents and Attendance. Click on the image below for an overview of MeetSpace. Meeting Agenda Once you have created your ...
Action Tracker in QuickMinutes
Assigning actions in your group or meetings allows members to have the ability to keep track of the tasks that need to be completed in between your meetings. It helps to hold your members accountable and gives a clear understanding of what the ...