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No way to reach Support
There appears to be no way to reach Support: no links within the App, no links on the website, not even a working FAQ page. Makes me wonder if the developers have abandoned ship. My question at the moment concerns how to move minutes from one workbook to another.
Janet K5 on Jul 28, 2015 for version 1.3.4
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Not bad
Would be at least one star better if it had the ability to add tabs, bullet points, and other outline type formatting. A lite version to test before buying would also have been nice and would have earned another star in my opinion.
TanAddict on Jun 10, 2013 for version 1.1.7
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Used this recently to take notes while attending a conference for 3 days. Fantastic for what I needed - a couple of paragraphs per presentation, maybe add a photo here and there. Wasn't connected to wifi, so don't know if that made a difference. But every now and then it would randomly lose some of my notes. Not consistently, but I'd be typing away and suddenly flash, the last 15 mins of typing would disappear! Sometimes the photos too. So, for now, I'd say its too buggy to be relied in for important meeting notes.
loopylupo on Mar 21, 2013 for version 1.1.4
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Lost everything
I tried to take minutes at two meetings yesterday,and when I went to cut and paste something, I lost everything. When I tried undo, nothing happened. If I can't trust this app, I can't use it.
Dkc1460 on Mar 2, 2013 for version 1.1.4
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Has some promise, but not a great app
Biggest beef is that I cannot change the parameters established in the very first initial setup. Specifically, I generally do NOT allow apps to have access to my contact list. In this case, I wanted to change my mind and allow the app to have access to my address book. There appeared to be no way to change that first initial setup choice. That inability makes it very much not useful. Other aspects of the app are not so good, either. It is clumsy and not intuitively evident of how to more from panel to panel, nor is the relationship between panels evident. For my purposes of taking formal minutes of the organizations to which I belong, this app is not useful.
BBJim on Feb 25, 2013 for version 1.1.4
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Can't make font bigger
I really want to like this App, but i disregarded another reviewer who said they couldn't see the words very well, and bought the App being sure I'd find a way. Not so. You can't even drag or zoom to make word size bigger. Please fix this, developers and then I'll use this App.
Iccinana on Feb 25, 2013 for version 1.1.4
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Free app of the day
I got what I paid for in this one. Not very useful with meetings that have a routine format nor did it allow defining an attendee list that it would pick from for the meetings.
RadOncDuke on Feb 25, 2013 for version 1.1.4
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App is okay but needs ability to choose fonts and size.
I hate to have to squint to read. The micro-print used in this app is just not working for me.
Wdav on Feb 25, 2013 for version 1.1.4
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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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