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With GAMUT, you are able to create multiple types of meetings, in addition to Board Meetings.



How to Create a New Meeting Type

Cabinet Meetings, Committee Meetings, and School Council Meetings can all be created and accessed in GAMUT. Each meeting type can have a different meeting administrator assigned. For example, the board secretary can manage board meetings and the high school secretary can manage high school staff meetings or school council meetings.


  • Click on the Meetings tab
  • Click on Meeting Administration, then Meeting Types
  • Click on + Add New Meeting Type
  • Enter the Title, choose Status (public or non-public)
  • Click Save

Note: Details about Status (public vs. non-public), Attendees, Permissions, Uploading a Logo. and Reordering Fields can be found in other help topics by those specific titles.

Learn about the overall purpose of the GAMUT Meetings Module

GAMUT’s Meetings Module makes preparing for your meetings easier than ever and improves effectiveness by:

  • Saving time in preparation of the agenda
  • Saving money by eliminating paper dependency and streamlining agenda preparation
  • Aligning meeting agenda items to the organization’s strategic goals
  • Providing faster and greater access to all stakeholders
  • Making it easier to find information from current and past meeting agendas
  • Demonstrating and modeling transparency and board accountability

The GAMUT Meetings module is one of the six integrated modules of GAMUT which include Strategic Plan, Evaluation, Meetings, Policy, Communications, and Documents. More than just posting a series of PDF documents on a website, this paperless agenda solution streamlines the development and distribution of agendas and their contents. Meeting agendas can quickly be built and accessed by meeting attendees with different views as necessary by the public, board and staff. This tool can be used to manage ANY type of meeting agenda whether public or internal and at both district and school level. Examples of meeting types include:

  • Board Meetings, Cabinet, and Superintendent Advisory Team Meetings
  • Organizational, Departmental, and Finance Meetings
  • School Council, Staff, and Principal Meetings
  • Committee, Club, and Student Team Meetings
  • Project, Building, and Technology Meetings

An organization can assign a different meetings administrator for each meeting type who can then designate who can submit and approved items for that particular types of meeting.

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