Tadum FAQ

Frequently asked questions about how Tadum works.

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How does Tadum help my team stay accountable?

Recurring meetings, agendas that get sent out ahead of the meeting, and having a specific person and due date assigned to Todos and Metrics.
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Where and how do I access Tadum?

Tadum is a web app which means you can access it from any browser and on any device that has an internet connection.
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Where does the name Tadum come from?

Tadum is an acronym for the 5 sections of a meeting.
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When should an agenda item be Tabled?

Tabled agenda items are for later consideration.
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How do I add, remove, or reorder a section that was not part of the original agenda?

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What is the difference between an Update and a Discussion?

An Update is a snapshot of a goal or project. A Discussion is what you want to talk about in your meeting.
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What happens when I click, "Send Out Agenda?"

You agenda is ready to go, now you can send it out to everyone who is part of your meeting rhythm.
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What happens when you close a discussion item?

Closed discussion items are automatically removed from the next agenda.
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How long can an agenda item stay tabled?

An agenda item can stay tabled indefinitely.
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Why would I use Tadum over creating an agenda in a Microsoft Word or Google Doc?

Tadum automates many of the processes that get lost when people use Microsoft Word or Google Docs.
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