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The ideas behind MeetingGold and good meeting practice...
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  • Taking notes in a meeting is an age-old activity. It is one of the things that everybody assumes everyone can do. The tools for note taking haven't changed much either: pen ...
  • A meeting document is created for each meeting in MeetingGold. It is similar to a word processing document in that it contains text that you write and pictures that you take ...
  • Each meeting document consists of one or more 'document parts'. A document part can be any of: an agenda item, an action, a question, a section of text, a picture or ...
  • MeetingGold keeps its own list of people that you meet with. This list is called the 'main list'. There are three ways to add people to the main list: ...
  • The 'Recent' list is a list of people that you have most recently selected when using MeetingGold. Most of the time we deal with a small list of the same people. ...
  • Just like in real life, in MeetingGold there isn't actually much difference between a meeting, a phone call and an on-line meeting. The essence of all three is that two or ...
  • Each document part can be included in multiple meetings. Document parts can also travel to different iPads. This means that the same action can have many copies of itself.  ...
  • Document versions are very similar to document part versions . A document may be sent to other MeetingGold users via email. If they edit that document and send it back to ...
  • Note: you may want to read about document part versions and document versions before reading this. MeetingGold documents are made up of document parts. Document parts can exist as ...
  • MeetingGold uses document parts as the basis for its documents. Often a document part can stand alone and doesn't need any supporting document parts to travel with it. However, it is ...
  • One of the key design goals of MeetingGold was to ensure that a document of a meeting could be a permanent record of what happened during that meeting. All of the ...