Sometimes packets include a page that appears at the beginning of a section of the packet that introduces the content that follows the page. These pages are called flysheets.
Flysheets are used in publishing to provide a break between parts of a book with an indication of the content that comes after the flysheet.
Although rarely used, a typical use of flysheets in packets is to place them at the beginning of a region. The flysheet can contain some static text, such as the name of the region. The flysheet can also contain some dynamic text, such as the list of items in the region.
Flysheets are part of the meeting agenda template and must be set up with the template. If a template you are using includes flysheets, a tab labeled Flysheets will appear in the meeting screen. The tab contains the flysheet management tools.
To include flysheets in any of your meeting templates, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.