One option is to use labels to categorise meeting notes.
Using labels gives you a number of different ways to display/summarise the categorised content. Atlassian gives some help/info here.
For example, I've added a 'marketing-team-meeting-notes' label to all meetings held by the marketing team. Then I created a 'Marketing Meetings' summary page, using a Content Report Table Macro to summarise. The Content by Label Macro could also work for this.
This isn't the only method, but is something that has worked for me in the past. I hope it might be helpful to you.
If you want to provide a few more details on what sort of categorisation you have in mind, it might help me or others to provide more suggestions.
Thank you, Sam. I just tried the both of those macros, and they look like they could serve my purpose. However, I'm having trouble with them recognizing the label. It looks like this is an ongoing issue (https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/189476). I've requested a re-index to see if that solves the problem.
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