How to effectively search and publish townhall meeting’s resolutions
In previous posts, we created invitation to a townhall meeting and added minutes and comments. The collections are now filled with data and we will show you how to search those data and easily export them into publishable form.
After every townhall meeting, the municipality has to publish the resolutions which were approved during the meeting. To achieve that, we first search for the data we need by using Lumeer’s search box. We adjust the filters, hit enter and immediately see all resolutions from particular meeting.
We see the result of the search in table perspective, but we switch it to smart document perspective and produce the list of resolutions in a similar way that we have created the invitation.
Of course, we can choose how we want to export the document. Do we want to print it? Then we use export to PDF. Do we want to publish it on municipality’s website? We can put the PDF there, or, even simpler, we just put there the link to document which points directly to Lumeer, where the document is hosted. This link can be published or sent via email.
In a series of posts, we learned how to create an invitation, add minutes and discussion and export the data from a townhall meeting. However, what to do when the next meeting comes? Should we have to do it all again? Of course not. In a next post, we will reuse smart documents we have already created.