Want to set up a joint agenda in your WebMo (wiki) for a joint workshop or regular team meetings? Here you can find instructions on how to do it! First, type the preferred title, e.g. “Joint Agenda” or “Weekly Team Meeting” in the search bar and hit enter. Under the search results, the title will appear as a red link. Click on this title and you will then be directed to an empty page. Now you can structure your agenda page by adding headlines for every point that you would like to talk about in your meetings.
Alternatively, you can also add tables, e.g. for joint-to-do lists or to monitor statistical data over a given time period. For example, if you discuss spending on a monthly or weekly basis. To create a table, click on the symbol "Table" in the edit toolbar. A pop up menu appears allowing to specify your table design, e.g. the number of "Rows" and "Columns" needed. Click on "OK" and the table will be displayed on your page.
You also want to integrate links to important documents or other relevant pages? No problem! Simply highlight the word(s) that will build the link later on. Click on the "Insert Link" symbol in the toolbar.
Again, a dialog window will appear. For the option „Define the wiki page for the link”, type in the internal article name (a list of existing wiki pages will be displayed) or the complete URL of the external site including “http”. Click “OK” and the link will be established.
Now, save your changes by clicking "Save page" at the bottom of the page.
And here we go! You have now successfully created your Joint Agenda page! Congratulations!
All participants within your WebMo can now add their points for discussion before the meeting.
In addition, earlier versions of the meetings can be looked at by clicking on the history option under the “Actions” button on the top right corner of the page. The agenda thus can also serve as the minutes of the meeting.
Remember: To make changes in the agenda, click on the “Edit” button on the top right corner of the page.