Can I change my vote once I have voted?

No so please vote carefully.

What happens if I cannot cast my vote?

On the day of the meeting, if you are unable to cast your vote, you can request for the Minute taker to assist you with your vote. Once they have entered your vote per your direction, you will receive an email confirmation of your vote.

Can the vote be re-opened?

Yes, in the very rare event that a mistake was made, a vote may be re-opened while still in the Draft Minutes Stage.

Can I close the vote early, even if not everyone has voted?

Yes, although not best practice, a vote can be closed early. Anyone who has not yet voted will be marked as having supported the motion.

We clicked on Close Voting and a Quorum Alert came up. What do we do now?

Depending upon your Quorum settings for your organisation, you may see an alert come up when you close the vote if there are not enough supporting votes.

Options are to tick Approved or Not Approved and proceed as usual or to cancel and go back and add voters from your Board Member list.

What Happens if I click on the Show Vote Results during the Meeting?

If you tick or un-tick the box during a vote and votes have been cast, a warning box will open stating that changing the setting will reset the entire vote and everyone will have to vote again. Related Articles:

Setting up a Vote

Smart Agenda Item- Voting
Voting for the Minute Taker

Casting your own Vote

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