The meetings shown on the My Meetings page are sorted by the date you last attended the meeting. This makes it easy to find meetings you’ve attended recently. But as your use of Instant Agenda grows and the number of meetings expands, this can make it hard to find meetings that you have not attended recently.

We’ve added the ability to filter this list so that you can easily find your meeting. At the top of the table you can now enter text in the search box as seen here.


Once you enter text, only meetings that match the entered text in either the meeting title or purpose will be shown in the table, as seen below.


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 using this link:


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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