I have regular monthly meetings with various teams in my company. These are mostly sync-up and status updates. Agenda is very useful in this aspect. However, one thing makes this very annoying:
There’s no simple way to quickly link to previous notes in the series.
As I understand it the “Agenda way” is to create a project for each series and create a new note each time the event occurs right?
However, I don’t want to create a new projects for every sync-up I need to attend, it’s just too much. (I know I should cancel some of them but…) The only thing I need is quick way to look back into the last note in the series and perhaps see the whole series in a glance without having to pre-organize them.
For example: I have a
People project, where I sync-up with HR on a monthly basis, BUT I also have many sporadic notes in-between them as incidents happen and gets resolved. I want a way, when a new sync-up event comes up, to jump to my notes taken during the previous sync-up skipping all the incidents in-between. (but also keep those notes in-between so I can go through them as well.)
That’s bit a long but it’d help me a lot if this feature could be implemented or if there’s already a way to do this that I didn’t know, please advice.