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Add sections to organize your agenda and structure it on multiple levels.

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Written by Chris Rohrbach
Updated over a week ago

Does your agenda have multiple levels? Add sections to group topics and insert multiple levels (1., 1.1., 1.1.1., etc.).

Add sections manually

Add your sections manually from the table of contents. Click on + Section, enter your section title and type enter or click on the ✔ icon to validate the entry.

Add sub-sections

You can add subsections directly to the right place. At the end of the section, click on ⋮ and then on Add a sub-section. Enter the name of your sub-section and validate the enter with enter or the icon ✔

Add a section after

You can also add a section in a row. Locate the section after which you want to add another section. Click on ⋮ and then click on Add a section after. Enter the name of the section and then confirm the entry with enter or the ✔ icon.

Import multiple sections

You have an existing agenda? Import all your sections in a few clicks! To import sections, click on the ⋮ icon and then on Import Agenda. Paste your text into the field and then click Next to preview the result.

💡 You can paste a bulleted list, numbered list or any text with line breaks (from Word, Excel or anywhere). Each line will be a new element. The numbering or indentation of the text will be used to detect the different levels.

Click on Sections only and preview the result. Finally, click on Import.

Add topics to capture blocks of content in your meeting.

ℹ️ Sections allow you to structure your agenda and group topics together. Create multiple levels using sections. For recurring meetings, sections are automatically repeated from one meeting to the next.

ℹ️ Topics allow you to enter content blocks (Paragraphs, Decisions, Tasks etc.) and manage your agenda from one meeting to the next. An agenda can be composed only of Topics.

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