Contact ONLY Individuals who have not replied to a meeting request
You should be able to (under tracking) easily email or reach out to those who have not responded to an outlook invite to a meeting request. The only way I see it can be done now, is to hand extract those individuals and resend a new meeting request.
Matthew Davis commented
Second everything people are saying - how is this not a feature yet especially with the push to telework w/ COVID?! Add this to the backlog ASAP.
agree, with all of these comments. Google Calendars has a feature to nudge non-responders. Outlook needs this ASAP.
Don't want to have to make those that have already accepted receive another invite or reaccept. Would be ideal to be able to send only to those that have not accepted.
Ken Loewen commented
This functionality should include automatic reminders - like what you can do with DocuSign to remind invitees every 'x' days
A lot of what is being requested in uservoice is a feature in the add-in 'UnTEdious' by opusflow. this is one of those features.
Rick Stanio commented
As the Organizer of a Meeting, allow the option to send an Invite again only to those who didn't respond
Megan Burgess commented
This is such a fundamental need for organizing large meetings via outlook. I hope this will be implemented soon.
Completely agree... this is a much needed feature!
This is a major need for me. It's difficult to follow up with people who have accepted/declined, and especially those who have not responded to calendar invites.
You should AT LEAST be able to sort the "Tracking" page that shows people and what their accept status is
Faustine Laude commented
Relance aux non répondants
Relaunch to non-respondents
Bonjour, il serait souhaitable de pouvoir envoyer une relance aux non-répondants d'une réunion. Merci
Hello, it would be desirable to send a reminder to non-respondents of a meeting. Thank you
Monica Eklund commented
It would be nice to have an automatic reminder sent out to those who have not responded.
Also it would be helpful if it was possible to set how many days before the meeting the reminder is sent out.
And contact ONLY those who have accepted
Cécile Le Floc'h commented
Relancer les participants à une réunion pour obtenir une réponse
Relaunch meeting participants to get an answer
Pouvoir relancer les participants ou envoyer un rappel à une réunion pour obtenir une réponse sur la participation. Eventuellement, avoir des alertes automatiques sur les réunions auxquelles on n'a pas encore répondu
Be able to restart participants or send a reminder to a meeting to get a response on participation. Eventually, have automatic alerts on meetings that have not yet been answered
Kristina Tailor commented
Working as a PA, this is a real frustration when arranging meetings. You don't want to bombard everyone who has responded with unnecessary emails, so there needs to be an easy function to simply remind those who have not responded that they need to do so. As mentioned in a previous comment, some meetings could have 50-100+ attendees and the current system is unmanageable.
Also, when you go into Tracking, you should be able to sort by response so you can easily see who is attending/not.
Sunny Kanchinatham commented
Voted again for this feature and it would help our staff be more productive in organising events via Outlook calendar in a more efficient manner as noted by many other users in this channel already.
It would be helpful to have a built-in tool that would remind you to followup up with people that have not responded to an email where you had a request or question.
In setting where there is a high volume of email, it can be easy to forget that you're still waiting on feedback and answers from. Ideally, it would be configured differently for an email to a single individual or an email to a group. In the case of a group, it would be helpful to have a ready list for which people have or have not responded so you can decide how best to proceed.
Standard feature missing which renders a professional usage incredibly a waste of time. Think about meetings with hundreds of people and you will understand the frustration.