Committee Module Home Page

MiBaseNZ’s Committee module has been created to help libraries manage their volunteer work in a fast and efficient way.

There are two parts to this module.

  1. The yellow sections, which are free for everyone, include a page where toy libraries can add all their legal information and a page to list all committee members and their details including who has keys or bank access.
  2. The orange sections are the paid premium module and these include a page to add timesheets for your committee members and a page to add any events and meetings, including the minutes, that is held by the library.

If your library has purchased the premium module, the Home page will display these activities however if no premium module has been purchased the Home page will have no need to display anything.

If you are interested in the Committee premium module, feel free to contact us or read more on the Premium Module Page.

To start using the Committee module, go to Setup -> CommitteeSetup - Committee


Free Module Home Page

This home page will be blank, except for the module information in the blue box.

Committee home page

Premium Module Home Page

This Home page will feature the current month’s activities and the Meetings and Events calendar for the current month and the two next months.
At the beginning of each month, the month heading will update and the information recorded here will be removed ready for the new month’s recorded information. This information, although removed from the Home page, will still be listed on their relevant pages.

If you have added any events or meetings you will see different colours for each different type. Clicking the date will display the event or meeting’s information.

It is also possible to click the information to expand and see the complete event’s details with also a link to any documents attached.

Committee Module Home Page


On the left of the Home page, you can see five buttons. As explained above, the yellow buttons are part of the free module, the orange is the premium paid module.

  • Home Page: clicking this will bring you back to the home page as shown above.
  • Toy Library Legal: this page will list the legal information for your library including registration numbers and links to relevant websites
  • Committee: this page is where you add your committee members, as well as edit or resign them and see who has bank access, a key, access to the admin website, and more
  • Timesheet: this page is where you add new timesheets for each committee member as well as see timesheets for all the committee
  • Meeting and Events: This page is where you add all events, meetings, fundraisers, etc that are held for your library. Any documents related to the event, such as meeting minutes, can also be added

The five buttons will appear on each of the pages so the admin will not need to visit the home page to access them.

Follow the links for more information on each page.

Toy Library Legal



Meetings and Events

Meetings and Events page – paid module

MiBaseNZ’s Meetings and Events page is where you can add all events, meetings, fundraisers, etc that are held for your library. Any documents related to the event, such as meeting minutes, can also be added.

The aim of this page is to help the Committee to organise and schedule the various events where toy libraries are involved in.

To add an event or meeting, go to Setup -> Committee -> Meetings and Events


Adding an event

Click Add New.

Meetings and events page

Fill in the boxes.

Adding an event

  • Event Name: this is compulsory
  • Date: this is compulsory. Click the box and select the date from the calendar that appears
  • Type of Event:  select from the dropdown menu
  • Time in/out: either type in the time and whether it is AM or PM or click the clock and select a time scrolling up or down till you find the correct hour/minutes.
  • Place: type in the venue where the event is being held if you would like but not necessary otherwise
  • Note: add something if you would like but not necessary otherwise

Click Save.

A Success box will appear. Click OK and it will take you back to the Meetings List page where you will see the event you have added.

Success message


Viewing an event’s detail page

In the Meetings list, alongside each of the event’s details, you will see three buttons.

The first button allows you to view the event’s detail page which shows all the details previously entered in the form when you created the event.

Event detail page

You will see there is another heading called Document which was not on the Add New event form. This is where, if you would like to add minutes, an agenda or any other document to this event, it will appear here for any Committee member to access.

To add a document you will need to first upload the file before saving it to the event.


Adding a document to an event

The first step will be to upload the document to the Upload Files page under Setup.
Follow this link to learn how to upload files to MiBaseNZ.

When you upload a document, the last two boxes ‘Access to file’ and ‘Category’ must have the selection as shown below.

Once you have uploaded the document go back to Setup -> Committee -> Meetings and Events.

Find the event you wish to add the document to and click the Edit button.

You will now see an extra dropdown field called Minute which you do not see when adding a new event.
Select the document that you have uploaded and click Save.

Editing an event

A Success box will appear. Click OK and it will take you back to the Meetings list page.

Success message


Editing or deleting an event

As already mentioned above, the second button alongside an event is the Edit button. The third button is the Delete button.

Delete button

If you have made a mistake or would like to update an event, click the Edit button, make the changes and click Save.
If you would like to delete an event, click the orange Delete button.


Sort/filter/download the Meetings list

To sort or filter the list, click the arrows next to the heading you want to sort or filter the list by or type in the search boxes underneath the headings.

You can also download the list to PDF and/or Excel by clicking the Export to PDF or Export to Excel buttons. This will export the full list, not a filtered list. If you want to download a filtered list, export to excel and sort or filter through there.


Next to these buttons is the blue Documentation button. Clicking this, a short page instruction will appear giving you a quick overview of this page.