9 3 UG:Member Meetings

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[edit] Project Meetings and Events

The calendar module in the Projects Workspace is used to display the events, meetings, tasks and other occurrences that relate to the Project. These items are displayed in the Calendar module of all the team members of the project who have been invited to the meeting.

[edit] Can I create Meetings?

The calendar module also allows the user to compose;

  • Meetings
  • Events
  • Tasks
  • Milestones

[edit] Calendar View

On entering the Calendar module in a workspace, the Calendar information page appears in monthly graphical view. This is available only for the month tab.

The Calendar module has four tabs,

  • Day
  • Week
  • Month
  • Year

It is possible to jump to any special date by selecting the month and date of a specific month and clicking on the Jump to option.

[edit] Accepting an Invitation

If a team member is invited to a meeting, then the meeting invitation will appear in the personal dashboard of the member as an Assignment. The invitee has the ability to accept or decline a meeting. When a Team Member accepts an invitation, the meeting will be added to the calendar and the status of the meeting will be displayed as "Accepted Invitation".

[edit] Declining an Invitation

If a team member is invited to a meeting, then the meeting invitation will appear in the personal dashboard of the member as an Assignment. The invitee has the ability to accept or decline a meeting. When a Team Member declines an invitation, the meeting will not be added to the calendar and the status of the meeting will be displayed as "Declined Invitation".

[edit] Can I add agendas to a Meeting?

Any member or Attendee who has accepted the invitation to a meeting can add agendas to the meeting.

For more information on adding an Agenda to a meeting, refer Adding agenda to a meeting

[edit] More Help

[edit] Project.net User Guide

[edit] On-line Help

[edit] Project.net FAQ

[edit] Project.net User Forum


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