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Tip of the Week

  • Calendar Tips      Calendar events are being set for the first weeks back in January; be sure your CapitolTrack Calendar Reports are ready! Filter your calendar for Committee Events and display critical information like your position, assignment and the current analysis: Create a Calendar Feed:      Calendar feeds can import your calendar report into a digital calendar like Outlook.  Click the Web Link icon to the right of the report before you run
  • Training Videos      This interim, brush up on your CapitolTrack skills! From finding important bills as session resumes to updating the email addresses associated with your account,  we have short videos on our YouTube channel to get you up to speed:      We’ve been hard at work adding features to CapitolTrack Version 3.5. Log in and take a look! You’ll find the same, exceptional Search, Track and Report functionality, now buttressed by new
  • House Roll Call Cards      There’s even more utility we’re adding this intersession. Find our new House Roll Call Cards under the Members/ CMTES tab. Click on either House to reach a printable page that’s great for collecting votes ahead of your bill reaching the Floor!      Looking for more tools like this one? You can book an hour of my time to review CapitolTrack for new utility, changes or just to catch
  • Disable Scheduled Reports      A new feature warrants your attention this Interim. Scheduled reports, which email automatically can be toggled ‘off’ on the Schedule Report screen. Your colleagues have likely been updated with everything they’ll need to know about the 2023 legislative session. Now’s a great time to disable your scheduled reports:      Click the ‘Schedule’ button next to your report and toggle the ‘Enabled’ selction to grey. This disables the automatic sending
  • Member and Committee Info Cards      CapitolTrack has long kept Committee and Member Information up-to date and easily accessible on the Member/CMTE tab. We’ve recently added a new feature to each of these pages: rollcall cards for Committees and info cards for Members:      We’ve added the info cards to the right column of both the Member and Committee tabs. Now you can quickly see the info cards of each committee a member
  • CA Law Code Index      The Governor finished signing bills which were enrolled and CapitolTrack had all the Chaptered and Vetoed bills in at 8:30 pm Friday, October 13th with their Signing and Veto Messages included! Here’s a comparison graph of each of the 29 California Legal Codes and how many times they were impacted by legislation signed this year:      Want to find the data this graph was based upon? Use the
  • New Features      The Governor’s Desk still has 722 bills awaiting a signature or veto message by the October 14th deadline. Want to know the moment your bills have been signed? Mark them for Notification on the Bill Information page!      We’ve been hard at work adding features to CapitolTrack Version 3.5. Log in and take a look! You’ll find the same, exceptional Search, Track and Report functionality, now buttressed by new tools
  • Introducing the Political Calendar      779 Bills await the Governor’s Signature, and October 14th is the last day any bill can be signed. The next couple of weeks should be busy.       In the mean-time, CapitolTrack has introduced a new feature. Try our Political Calendar, located at the top right of your screen!      See events like Members’ birthdays and find past Daily Files to review Committee or Floor hearings. The Political
  • 2023 Deadlines Recap      The final deadline for this first year of session has passed and all eyes are now on the Governor’s Desk. At CapitolTrack we’ll have those signed bills marked Chaptered for you immediately! Sign up for notifications on your high priority bills and you’ll know right away.      With all our deadlines behind us, here is a comparison of all 2023 deadlines with those of 2021 and 2019:    
  • <!– Letter Due Date      It’s the last day of session and we’ll soon know which bills have made it to the Governor’s Desk. Those select measures will have until October 14th to be signed after the Legislature adjourns for the Interim.      The Legislature will reconvene on January 3rd and we’ve made a new feature available to help you manage the immediate committee hearings which follow. Committee Rules and due dates by