A Toastmasters Agenda Note block presents “stage directions” for your meeting. This is information that should only appear on the agenda (not the signup form) and that is not tied to a role members sign up for on a per-meeting basis (for example, a round of self-introductions led by the presiding officer).
A WordPress for Toastmasters agenda consists of content blocks representing roles that members can sign up for (or be assigned to) and supporting notes about the organization of the meeting. See Add WordPress Blocks (Different Types of Content). Several other agenda-specific content blocks are available, including Signup Note (which only appears on the signup form, not the agenda), Editable Note, and Planned Absence.
To add an Agenda Note, do one of the following:
- Use the block inserter (+ button) to select the Toastmasters Agenda Note block.
- Begin typing /agenda or /note on a blank line. Choose Toastmasters Agenda Note from the list of available blocks to insert.
Next, enter a paragraph’s worth of content. You can use the same formatting controls for bold and italic that you would within any other paragraph.
Optionally, add the time in minutes for the activity described in your note. If you display the times on your agenda, this will be used to create a chronology of the time consumed by each Agenda Note and Agenda Role. The idea is to help you plan your meetings and keep them on schedule.