Receiving a Docket recap means you have a meeting organizer or another meeting attendee that wants to help you and other meeting guests be aligned following the meeting! Read on to learn more about the various components of the shared Docket Recap.

Personal Message

The very top of the emailed recap will most likely contain a message from the organizer or guest personal to the nature of the shared recap. It could be they are sharing to inform or to ask you to do something following the meeting.

Meeting Header

The shared recap meeting header contains the following information:

  • Meeting Title - This comes from your calendar event.

  • Meeting Date - This comes from your calendar event.

  • View in Docket - This button will take you directly to Docket. If you are a Docket user, you will be brought directly to the Docket meeting space. If you are not a Docket user, you will be brought to view only page where the recap will be displayed.

Your Action Items

If you were assigned any tasks during the meeting, your tasks will display within the note on which they were assigned.

Agenda Items, Agenda Descriptions, and Meeting Notes

Each agenda item, their description, attached resources, and notes included in the Docket meeting will display based on how they were documented for the meeting. You can read through the agenda and meeting notes or click the View in Docket button in the meeting header and review these items from the Docket meeting as well.

Resource Attachments

There may be resource attachments included within an agenda item section so you can quickly see any applicable information used in support of the meeting. You can click on each resource straight from the Docket recap or click the View in Docket button in the meeting header and review these resources from the Docket meeting as well.

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