[bulletjournal] Minutes from previous meetings

September 14, 2017

Many bulletjournal entries are of meetings, many of which are recurring entities, so some context to previous meetings can be quite helpful. Minutes from the meeting can be added into the bulletjournal, using the standard bulletjournal signifiers; the dot for personal action points, and the dash, for notes. These minutes/notes may come in handy, during the subsequent meeting, particularly if it’s a few days or weeks apart.

How can one refer to previous meetings or minutes of the previous meetings? By using a custom signifier +PM, in the monthly calendar entry for the next meeting, where the +PM indicates ‘previous meeting’. One can then list the page number containing the minutes from the previous meeting. One can even list two or more meetings, like +PM{15,22}, where pages 15 and 22 contain the minutes from the previous two meetings.

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