Structure your agenda with sections. Add sections to :

  • Group topics

  • Create a table of contents on several levels

  • Manage access rights according to role per section

Group topics

Sections are titles under which you can group your topics.

In the example below, you will find a table of contents with 6 sections. Each section groups different topics which are the items to be discussed in the meeting.

ℹ️ The content of an item is added in a Topic. Sections are only headings to structure your agenda.

Create a table of contents on several levels

Thanks to the sections, you can create several hierarchical levels in your table of contents (1. - 1.1 - 1.1.1 etc). In the example below, section 6 Projects has two sub-sections 6.1 Ongoing Projects and 6.2 Completed Projects. The last levels (6.1.1 and 6.1.2) are Topics, all other levels are sections.

💡 Drag and drop allows you to indent sections to organize them on multiple levels.

Manage role-based access rights by section

Sections allow you to manage the access rights of attendees to the meeting. For each section, you can choose the attendee's role.

In the example below, Cécile Mayor, quality manager, can access most of the sections in read-only mode. For section 5 Quality System, she has "attendee" rights. Finally, she has no access to section 4 Human Resources, which she will not see in the agenda.

Meeting: user roles

Meeting: access rights

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