Transferring data from free (Trial) to paid (Pro) Version:
A few customers asked recently for instructions to export data from the free (trial) version to the paid (Pro) version. There are multiple ways this can be accomplished. Please refer to this post for more information.
Someone asked recently if there was a list of keyboard shortcuts available for the menu options. The answer is YES. Please see here.
Generating Meeting Minutes/Agenda in languages other than English:
Someone asked recently if there was a way to generate the Meeting Minutes/Agenda in languages other than English. They told that they are able to type the data in their own language but certain labels in the generated output are in English. Well, the answer is YES. The Customize Labels (accessible from Settings screen) introduced in R2.4 will let you customize the labels the way you want. So, simply customize the labels and enter words/phrases in your own language and you are good to go. The generated Meeting Minutes/Agenda will contain your own labels and data in your own language. It’s cool, isn’t it?
Someone asked recently if they could create templates for participants, agenda, discussion and action items in Meeting Minutes Pro. The answer is, YES. You can use the “Copy data between meetings” feature of the latest release 1.71 to achieve this. Just create as many as you want of your own template meetings as you would create any meeting. Then use the data entered into these template meetings anytime in any meeting by just copying all/selected data items off the template meeting…
Black box around header images in the exported PDF file:
Transparent background in PNG/GIF images is getting converted to black color on the exported PDF file. This seems to be an issue either with the library I am using to generate the PDF file or the way I am using it. While I work on fixing the issue, there is a very simple work around for the time being. Just save the PNG/GIF image into a JPG image and use that as your custom image for the header. This simple trick should give you the results you expect to see…
Adding Participants easily to a meeting:
Someone asked recently if there was an easier way to add participants to a meeting. Something like selecting (ticking) the required participants from a list rather than adding each one by one. There are two ways participants can be easily added. The first and easiest method involves just importing the meeting from your calendar. This, though required Android 4.0 (ICS) or above, simply takes the meeting and all associated participants from your device and imports them into the meeting. The second method involves creating a few template meetings for the different types of meeting that you will repeatedly use as explained above. Once the template meetings are created, the required participants can simply be selected (by ticking) while copying data from the template meeting.