Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
If you re-create the deleted event, it will show up as a new instance, so you could move
the data from the old (deleted event) instance to the new instance and then delete the old one.
No matter how you create the new meeting workspace or if it’s linked to a calendar event,
you have a choice of five separate templates designed for different types of meetings. Let’s take
a look at how these templates differ from one another and see what you can do with them.
B A S I C
The Basic meeting workspace is the general template based on the Meeting Workspace site
definition. An example of a Basic meeting workspace is the Project Kick-Off meeting we created
earlier, shown in Figure 9.63. This is why the home page for the site is so fundamentally different
from the team site. It still has most of the features of a team site except for the Quick Launch bar.
Most scheduled meetings will be fine with Basic. The Basic workspace includes some prebuilt
lists, such as Agenda, Objectives, and Attendees. It also includes a document library for storing
related documents for the meeting.
The Objectives list is a simple list for notes used to list objectives for the meeting.
The Agenda list item has a required Subject field, an Owner field (for whoever posted the
agenda item), a Time field (for how long should this Agenda item should take to discuss
during the meeting), and a Notes field.
The Attendees list is a place to list the users who are going to attend the meeting. When you
add a new user, two additional fields, Response and Attendance, are required. They appear
in Figure 9.64.
ATTENDEES REQUIRE EMAIL ADDRESSES
When adding attendees, you may get an error stating that the user does not have an email address,
which is required. To add an email address to the user object, you will need to go to Site Settings
People And Groups and edit the user object to provide the email address.