Visualize agendas to keep meetings on task.
About the Agenda Template
There’s nothing worse than a meeting with no purpose. But you don’t have to be a planning genius to make purposeful agendas before the meeting starts. Impress your colleagues and align more quickly with the easy, simple Agenda Template.
Keep reading to learn more about agendas, and how to use this template.
What is an Agenda?
Our everyday lives are busier than ever. When you’re juggling it all, it can be easy to forget to create meeting agendas. And when you do forget, meetings often feel disorganized and you run the risk of leaving without accomplishing what you wanted.
An agenda doesn’t have to be boring. That’s why we created this template to make it visual, fun, and interactive.
Create your own Agenda
Making your own agenda is easy. Miro’s whiteboard tool is the perfect canvas to create and share it. Get started by selecting the Agenda Template, then take the following steps to make one of your own.
Add the basic details of the meeting:
Add the date and goals at the top of your agenda.
Define priorities and tasks.
If you know what your priorities are, jot them down.
Collaborate in real-time
During your meeting, you can invite participants to the board and have them add any priorities, tasks, or notes you didn’t think of. Discuss any new items during the meeting.
Customize your agenda.
Using the template, you can dress up your agenda in graphics, colors, fonts, and images. Don’t be afraid to get creative! Filling out an agenda doesn’t have to be a chore. By making something fun and personal, you can make planning a cinch.
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