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How to set private agendas for your meetings

There may be times when you need most or all of the topics of a team meeting to remain private. For that reason, we created private agendas in Range. When you begin a meeting that will have multiple private topics, you can now enable private agendas.

Here’s how it works.

Enabling private agenda

After opening or creating the meeting you want to run, you will land on the welcome screen. Here, on the left of the screen, you will see ‘Private agenda’. Click to enable private agenda.

Note: By enabling private agenda, topics will be private by default, meaning those topics will only be viewable by meeting attendees.

Enabling private agenda

Once you’ve enabled private agenda, you’ll see a lock icon appear next to each agenda topic. As you progress through the meeting, you’ll see that each topic’s privacy setting is now private, and all new topics created will automatically be set to private.

Have a topic that you don’t want to be private? Just click on the red Private topic text and select Open topic — this will make the topic, its notes, and action items visible to non-attendees.

Opening a private agenda topic

Understanding privacy and visibility of private agenda topics

When you share notes from a meeting with private agendas, only attendees of that meeting session will be able to see the following:

  • Names of private topics
  • Notes of private topics
  • Action items assigned

For other users in your workspace, those who are not attendees of the private agenda meeting session, will be able to view the following details:

  • Meeting title
  • Meeting date
  • Attendees
  • Open topics (topics you set to open after enabling private agenda)

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