How to use the Meetings tab in Streamline Web to never miss a deadline to post your agendas
Understanding meeting and agenda deadlines
Most states have a requirement for special districts to post notices of their meetings and agendas ahead of the meeting dates. The specific number of days ahead of the meeting that these items need to be posted varies by state; in California, for example, meetings need to be posted online 7 days prior to the actual meeting date, and agendas need to be posted online 3 days prior to the actual meeting date.
Using the Meetings tab to stay compliant with your agendas
As you add new meetings to your meetings tab, you won't help but notice the helpful due dates and colorful icons that begin to appear:
Overdue! Not turned in Complete!
Using these indicators, you can quickly see which documents haven't been turned in yet, but aren't due, as indicated by the orange circles ; documents that haven't been turned in yet, but are past due, are indicated by red exclamation points ; and documents that have been successfully uploaded are indicated by green checkmarks .
Since agendas are generally the only required item to turn in, Streamline offers reminders to help you turn them in on time -- using the agenda reminder available via the Meetings tab:
Once you click the agenda reminder "bell" and then check the box to enable the reminder (shown above), you can choose how long prior to the deadline you'd like the reminder to be sent:
You can also add one or more email addresses to this reminder, separated by commas; this is helpful to make sure, in case the primary meeting creator is out sick or on vacation, that other people can receive these reminders as well: