Meeting Notes Blueprint
The Meeting Notes blueprint helps you to plan your meetings and share notes and actions with your team.
The first time you use the Meeting Notes blueprint in a space, Confluence will create an index page and add a shortcut on your space sidebar (if you are using the default theme). The index page lists the latest Meeting Notes pages in that space.
To use the Meeting Notes blueprint:
- Create a Meeting Notes blueprint page (choose Create > Meeting Notes).
- Enter goals, agenda items, @mention attendees - the instructional text will prompt you.
- Save your page and get ready to attend your meeting.
- During or after your meeting edit the page and enter your notes, action items and @mention users to assign them to tasks.
Screenshot: Index showing three Meeting Notes pages.
Screenshot: A blank Meeting Notes page showing instructional text.
The Meeting Notes blueprint uses some cool Confluence features:
- Instructional text - this handy text prompts you to enter information and disappears when you start typing or view the page.
- Mentions - @mention a user on the page and they will be notified in their workbox.
- Task lists - @mention a user in a task to assign them - the task will appear as a personal task in their workbox.
Customising this blueprint
You can customise the templates that are used by the Meeting Notes blueprint - see Customising the blueprint templates.
You might choose to edit the headings or add additional headings, or change the instructional text that prompts users to enter information to suit your context. To find out more about using instructional text in a template see - Instructional text.
You can also edit the Content Report Table macro used on the Index page to specify the number of pages you want to display.
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