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Vibe OnPrem: Project Meeting Minutes Forms



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June 29, 2011 10:11 am

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Have you ever wanted a place to store minutes from multiple meetings surrounding one project? This form allows users to organize multiple meeting minutes in one entry. This solution provides users with a central location to keep meeting minutes around a certain project.

Projects usually have multiple meetings to plan, monitor, and execute the project. These two forms allow users to keep meeting minutes in one place. These forms can be downloaded as just forms or as a pre-configured folder.

To use this form simply import the folder or form and create a New Project Meeting Minutes. Users will add the Project Name, Decription,and select OK. This entry will hold meeting minutes for the project. The allowed comments on this entry type have been configured to allow regular Comments and also Meeting Minutes. In order to add minutes simply select the project and add a comment. Users will be able to select either a regular Comment or Meeting Minutes. With using Meeting Minutes users will be able to select the date of the meeting, add attendees, and add minutes or attachments. This form will allow for centralization of minutes for ease of access and control.

VERSION: Vibe OnPrem 3, Vibe OnPrem 3.1

To view a working example of this form on the Virtual Sandbox, click here!

To see more and download these forms visit the Resource Library

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