I am pleased to announce that there is a new version of Meeting Schedule Assistant now available.
We have decided to add distinct assignments for Host and Co-host to the Publishers Database window:
The Midweek Meeting Editor was previously listing all those who had the Midweek Meeting assignment. It turned out that brothers preferred to be able to set these two lists independently. In light of this adjustment, please visit the Publishers Database window and adjust your brothers assignments as required.
The above changes do not apply to the Weekend Meeting Editor. At the time of writing, the Host and Co-host assignments are this window continue to be dynamic drop-down lists.
Feel free to add a comment to this newsletter if you want to.
The migration to the new look and feel for the website is now pretty much complete. However, I would like to discuss what our policy should be for inactive Support Forum members. We are getting more and more users sign up (with the correct security question answer) and then they never actually log into the support forum. Perhaps they registered by mistake or decided they did not want to use the software – I don’t know.
Either way, I feel that the user base should have some input as to what policy I adopt. Thus, you will find a poll here. Please make your vote and if appropriate, add a reply with any thoughts. Once I have an overview of what you all feel as users then I will make a decision at to how to handle these user accounts where they have never logged in.
Supported Operating Systems
- Windows 10
- Windows 11
Deprecated Operating Systems
These operating systems are no longer supported:
- Windows 7 (Service Pack 1)
- Windows 8.1
You can still download the last supported version of Meeting Schedule Assistant (which was 23.1.0) from here. But this version is no longer maintained. You are encouraged to use version 23.1.1 or higher.