Ngā Miniti o Ngā Hui Marae

Maungatautari Marae Committee are committed to keeping whānau up to date with what is happening at the marae. One of the ways that we do this is to make available the minutes of all Marae meetings that we hold. We know that whānau appreciate this and we are only to happy to continue to do so. However, placing them directly on the website is no longer practicle given the fact that we have a small website. So, we are asking whānau to download Dropbox which is a free application that sits on your desktop. Once the application is downloaded, then email web-admin who will grant you access to all of the minutes via dropbox. No more downloading, they will all magically appear in your Dropbox on your desktop.

Dropbox

Dropbox is a free service that lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere. This means that any file you save to your Dropbox will automatically save to all your computers, phones and even the Dropbox website. Dropbox also makes it super easy to share with others, whether you’re a student or professional, parent or grandparent. Even if you accidentally spill a latte on your laptop, have no fear! You can relax knowing that Dropbox always has you covered, and none of your stuff will ever be lost.

 

1. Go to the Dropbox Website


Click on the link to go to the website, once there click Download Dropbox to begin the process. http://www.dropbox.com/

2. Run the Dropbox Installer


Once the download finishes, click Run to start installing Dropbox.

3. Click Yes


Click Yes to accept the User Account Control settings dialog.

4. Follow Setup Instructions


Follow the instructions to get Dropbox set up on your computer and you will be good to go!

5. Finished


Email web-admin for access to the Maungatautari Marae Meetings Folder

5 Responses to Dropbox Page

  • Jonella Smith says:

    He mihi mahana teenei ki te roopu mana whakahere ki o taatou maraea ara, koo kootou te komiti o Maungatautari. Kua a tae mai te panui nei i runga i te aroha me te rangimarie. Kahore he kupu i tuu atu ki ou koutou mahi miharo hei hapaitia i too taatou marae i ngaa waa katoa, he aha te aha.

    My name is Jonella Smith and my mother is Mihi Nolan, nee Waaka. I am a mokopuna of the late Bob and Tini/Jean Waaka, nee Clark. I am seeking permission to research my marae history to hand down to my mokopuna. Could someone please e-mail me and explain the process I need to follow in order to receive research premission.

  • Ronald Nolan says:

    Tēnā koutou e te kōmiti whakahaere o tō tātou marae. Nōku nei te mihi manahau ka rere atu ki a koutou katoa. Ko koutou rā ngā mahi hāpai i te tōnuitanga o tō tātou kainga, tō tātou hapū, iwi hoki. Kua roa te wā tēnei mokopuna a Maungatautari e noho tāwhiti ai ki wāhi kē.
    Kia ora, my name is Ronald Nolan and my mother is Mihi Nolan, nee Waaka. I am a mokopuna of the late Bob and Tini/Jean Waaka, nee Clark. I am seeking permission to research my marae history to hand down to my mokopuna. Could someone please e-mail me and explain the process I need to follow in order to receive research premission.

  • Ronald Nolan says:

    Tēnā koutou e te kōmiti whakahaere o tō tātou marae. Nōku nei te mihi manahau ka rere atu ki a koutou katoa. Ko koutou rā ngā mahi hāpai i te tōnuitanga o tō tātou kainga, tō tātou hapū, iwi hoki. Kua roa te wā tēnei mokopuna a Maungatautari e noho tāwhiti ai ki wāhi kē.
    Kia ora, my name is Ronald Nolan and my mother is Mihi Nolan, nee Waaka. I am a mokopuna of the late Bob and Tini/Jean Waaka, nee Clark. I am seeking permission to research my marae history to hand down to my mokopuna. Could someone please e-mail me and explain the process I need to follow in order to receive research permission.

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