Many of you have told us how much you’d like to record meeting notes using a more expressive editing tool than plain-old text. Good news, we’ve updated the meeting notes editor to use a rich-text editor. Here’s an example of some of the things you can do:

rich text editor

The text editor allows you to apply inline styles to text, creating headings, create numbered and bulleted lists, and to create links. Let us know if you think there are other editing features that you’d like to have.

For Quick Meetings, where the agenda and topics are all rolled into one editable field, the rich text editor is available there as well.

Our plan is to selectively roll this out to other editing fields as well, so let us know where else you’d like to see this functionality.

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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