By considering a revision of your bylaws, you’re proposing to substitute a new set of bylaws for the existing ones. Therefore, the rules regarding scope of notice that limit primary and secondary amendments don’t apply. Your group is free to amend anything in the proposed revision before it’s adopted, as if the bylaws were being considered and adopted for the first time.
Pull in at least two or three other people to give input and help write the bylaws. If you are starting a non-profit organization, for example, you will need a board of directors who will then give input and help write the bylaws. Working as a team ensures that all perspectives will be represented and accounted for in the bylaws. Try to make sure that the bylaw committee reflects an accurate.