If you have been noticing a lot of changes to the agenda tools lately, please believe me when I say they all have the goal of simplifying things.

Two tasks that just got simpler:

  • Seeing at a glance whether changes to your agenda mean it’s likely to run past its scheduled end time.
  • Making simple changes to the agenda layout and font sizes.

Planning out your meetings

The new Organize screen you see when working with the agenda allows you to add, remove, and change the timing for roles. In the example below, I’ve added a fourth speaker and fourth evaluator to a meeting that normally has three of each — and can see that my 7 to 8 pm meeting will now end a few minutes past 8 pm. I can use that information to adjust the time allotted for Table Topics or other activities.

Seeing the end time, according to your meeting plan.

Although we don’t expect a meeting to run like clockwork, a planning tool like this can allow club leaders to avoid stuffing so much into one meeting that they wind up running over time.

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