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Almost There...
Hopefully in the next update there'll be bulleted text and checkbox for task list.
othernet on Aug 23, 2012 for version 1.1.1
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Off to a good start
If you seek a tool to help you quickly and easily create and circulate meeting agendas, this software will fill the bill. Creating agenda items is easy. So is reorganizing these agenda items, adding attachments and due dates to them, and noting the responsible individuals. Agendas look crisp and professional and can be emailed, saved to DropBox, or printed. A few interface choices could be improved upon. One must "edit" an agenda (different from editing an agenda item) before the option to export a full meeting agenda becomes visible. Attendee lists are specific to each meeting. One can't yet build a library of attendee lists for use with multiple meetings involving the same or substantially the same people, which means repetitive keyboarding. Meeting agendas are not templates; they are specific to each meeting and are dated accordingly. This makes it more difficult than I wish it was to quickly generate separate agendas for meetings that have many but not all of the same standing agenda items. Likewise, agenda items cannot be moved from one meeting agenda to another, making it more difficult than I'd like in this version to follow up on past items in recurring meetings.
ronsbell on Jun 25, 2012 for version 1.0.3
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This app has great features. It is crisp and easy to use. It's become one of my favorites!
WebStyle Fusion on May 31, 2012 for version 1.0.3
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Very useful
I've been needing an app like this for a long time. I've created something similar using Pages, but this app is much cleaner and easier to use. First off, I like how you can keep minutes from different meetings under one project notebook. So if you're planning an event, all the minutes for that planning can go under one notebook, and thus it's easy to locate and review them in the next meeting. Secondly, this app enables you to tag each item of the agenda. I've created several tags for discussion items, brainstorming, action to-do, Next meeting item, etc. You can group and review items using tags. I especially like how you can assign more than one person to an action item. The above product description gives the impression that you can assign only on person to an item, but in fact you can assign multiple people. Note, it's easier to have all your attendees in your Address Book so you can locate and add them quickly. And finally, the export feature is great. Minutes can be exported in pdf format, and it really makes you minutes look professional, without all the required work of a basic text editor. It would be good though if minutes could also be exported in Word or plain text for additional editing. This app should have more ratings. It would also work even better as a OS X application. There doesn't seem to be one like it for the Mac. I also suggest that developer produce a video tutorial for the app. The demo video on the website is a good start, but some users may benefit from a verbal walk through of the app.
Bakari C on Apr 28, 2012 for version 1.0
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