One of the most powerful features of Instant Agenda is the sending of the beautifully formatted email summary. The summary helps keep everyone on the same page as to what was discussed, what decisions were made, and the actions that resulted; both for people who attended the meeting as well as those who did not attend. To make sending the summary easier, we pre-fill the recipients with the email addresses of those who attended the current session of the meeting. But it’s often the case that you want to send the summary to people who do not regularly attend the meeting. While we allow you to enter additional email addresses, having to enter them week-after-week tends to not be the highlight of anyone’s day.
We’ve added the concept of meeting subscribers to address this issue. When sending an email summary, you can now choose to send a copy to the subscribers of the meeting. If changes are made to the list of subscribers, those changes are remembered for the next time the summary is sent. If you don’t want to send the summary to the current subscribers, and you don’t want to make changes to the list, just uncheck the box and the summary will not be sent to any of the subscribers.
send email summary dialog
You don’t need to actually send the email summary to manage the list of subscribers. When you create or edit a meeting, the subscribers are shown in the Advanced Options section of the editor. Here you can easily add and remove subscribers.
editing subscribers
If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to use the feedback button in the app. Also, we’re always happy to hear from you directly — just schedule a 15-minute call with us.

Rick Lansky

Co-Founder / Technical Lead at Instant Agenda
Rick Lansky has a varied history in both hardware and software. He began his career as a computational physicist working in the disk drive business. After many years, he awoke one day to the realization that life as a scientist in a commodity business can be challenging. He degaussed his career and made the leap to web-based software where he’s been happily solving customer problems ever since. He’s currently the co-founder and technical lead of Instant Agenda, a project within with the CA Accelerator.

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