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Ability to get the count of attendees invited/declined/accepted/busy in Microsoft Outlook 2016

Want number/quantity of attendees invited/declined/accepted/busy to meeting/appointment in scheduling assistant. Also there should be a possibility to highlight the row for a selected meeting attendee in the Outlook scheduling assistant. This will improve the readability: when scheduling with lots of attendees, it’s hard to discern which person is unavailable when all you see are blobs of blue with no name connected to them. Allow the feature of busy search to identify users that are tied up with meetings and appointments as well.

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  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Allow the feature of busy search to identify users that are tied up with meetings and appointments, rather than having to use scheduling assistant within the new meeting screen.

  • Taylor commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Meetings should give you a headcount for the number of people who accepted an invitation so you can more easily plan events or make reservations.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    There should be a possibility to highlight the row for a selected meeting attendee in the Outlook scheduling assistant. By clicking in the box for the attendee name, the corresponding row in the scheduling view gets highlighted. This will improve the readability: when scheduling with lots of attendees, it's hard to discern which person is unavailable when all you see are blobs of blue with no name connected to them.

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