How to Organize Meeting Schedule in Outlook 2010 and Above

How to Organize Meeting Schedule in Outlook 2010 and Above
26
May

Have you ever needed a fast way to organize your meeting’s schedule? Outlook as all the answers you seek. The free HOW TO ORGANIZE MEETING SCHEDULE IN OUTLOOK 2010 AND ABOVE guide provided below to learn how to get started. Become an Outlook master today!

It’s fast, simple, and within minutes you can by applying these steps for your own needs. So what are you waiting for, get started right now!

Select Calendar from the left pane. Then go to Home tab and click on New Meeting.

New Meeting

An Untitled meeting box will be opened. In this Dialog Box, set the Date, Time, & Description.

If you want to schedule meetings based on a different Time Zone,  go to Meeting, then click on Time Zones under the Options group.

Time Zones

In the Location Box, type the meeting’s location.

Click on the Meeting tab, in the Show group, click Scheduling. Then click Add Others.

You will then click the name from the “results list,” then choose Required, Optional, or Resources and then click the OK button.

Once you send this schedule to the recipients or attendees, then they will get two options (accept and decline). However, they accept the meetings request then it will automatically add into the calendar circular, if they decline, then you will get notification from the recipient response.

Click on the Appointment button from the ribbon area and go back and edit the invitation email quickly.

After some time you will see that meeting has been added to your calendar, once the email invitation accepted by the clients.

Now you should have everything that you need to ORGANIZE MEETING SCHEDULE IN OUTLOOK 2010 AND ABOVE. Create your schedule just you want it to be and always be on top of your work tasks!

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