Add created by and last modified by to Calendar details view or see a log of who created an appointment, who moved it,edited it and when
We work in a small business with Exchange Services running. When someone creates an event in someone else's calendar, you get to see who made the last changes in detail view. However, it would be nice to see who originally created the event, not only see who made the last change.
OR SEE A LOG OF WHO CREATED AN APPOINTMENT, WHO MOVED IT, EDITED IT, ETC. AND WHEN
I need to be able to produce a summary of appointments weekly , who organised and other information
Would be great to get details on when a calendar event was setup.
Not the date the event is set to happen, but when it was actually created in the calendar.
Gloria jenney commented
Using a shared calendar - find out who made the appointment and when it was originally made. Also find who has altered and updated the appointment.
Carrie A Holton commented
My outlook is my appointment calendar. Sometimes people are setting appointments on it every day and I constantly have to keep refreshing or opening my calendar to see if there are new appointments listed. I would love an alert that tells me a new appointment was added.
Colleen Finnerty commented
how to track who views, modifies, or enters appointments in outlook
For our company, we definitely need an option to not only verify before deleting an appointment, but also a log of all deleted appointments by calendar, showing which user deleted them and when.
I have a need for this for several customers with shared Calendars. Is there any timeline to add it?
Any update to adding this much required and much requested information??
Add ability to see who created an event in the group calendar in OWA
currently you can go to 'tracking' and use the 'copy status to clipboard' to copy and paste the attendee names and the status into an excel file. it does not carry over the email addresses. when targeting only those who have accepted or later after reconciling the attendance only those who did show up it would help to have their email addresses in this list.
Currently, you cannot see the creation date for calendar items added in Calendar in Outlook client unless you change the view from the list view to the calendar view. So, please implement a feature that can see the item creation date in the calendar view.
Justin Huang commented
Please also add two properties in Graph REST API https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/api/resources/event, so the createdBy and lastModifiedBy can be retried, which we can then use them in Flow.
Pierre Meesemaecker commented
In Outlook 2019, in Group calendar, being able to see which member of the group calendar has added of modified the calendar or meeting (activity log) cloud be helpful in case of litigation of prioritization.
Pedro Cordeiro commented
We are experiencing this same problem, which affects the president and the councilors of our municipality.
They delegate the creation of events to their calendars in their support office, but their calendar always states that the creator is the owner of the calendar, misleading them.
It is urgent to solve the problem, however Microsoft's answer was that we could only report here and wait, there is no deadline for response or resolution of the problem.
It's reported, let's wait ...
List creator of event as well as modifiers (alongside the current feature of showing the last user to modify the event).
There needs to be a feature that indicates who created the event on the calendar. We have several employees that schedule appointments for several attorneys and it would be beneficial to have this feature automatically appear on the event itself.
Paul Nelson commented
Allow new calendar items and edits to show as created or edited by the delegate rather than owner. Worked with MS support and after investigating they said:
"This behavior is expected to be a by design issue and any modification actioned by delegate will always hold the true owners identity."
Be able to see when an appointment was created.
We have a shared calendar. When someone modifies an appointment, we can see who modified it but we want to see what was modified.
I concur that this would be very useful in an environment like ours, wherein Assistants book appointments so the person knows who initially booked the appointment.