The format for an agenda should reflect its purpose, such as a meeting or a daily itinerary, and include a clear list of goals and topics. It may also include specific times, dates and locations if the agenda is for use by multiple parties.
The first step to determining the best format for an agenda is understanding how you plan to use it. If the agenda is for a single meeting, consider including the time and location of the meeting and a title that reflects the reason you are holding it. This may be the name of a project, a description of a campaign or a short sentence that describes the main objective. The agenda should also include a list of the items that you want to discuss or address in the meeting, with the most important items appearing at the top. If there are several points with a single item, include subsections to track them.
If the agenda is for a presentation or a seminar, include its title at the top followed by a list of the different major talking points along with a brief summary of each point. In all cases, the visuals, including fonts and graphics, should help to keep the information clear and organized rather than distract readers from it.