Allow editing calendar invites without sending
In Outlook on Windows I can edit a calendar invite after receiving it or having the meeting, but cannot do this in Outlook on Mac.
I use my calendar to record my time as actually used. So two scenrios supported on Outlook for Windows are not in Outlook for Mac:
1. I receive an invite, and the meeting went longer than scheduled. I would like to adjust the meeting at a later point to reflect the additional time, but cannot do that without sending a response to the person who created the invite. I do not want to do that, just change the time.
2. If I created the invite, and the meeting went long or short, I want to adjust that time at a later point to reflect the actual time, and not send an updated invite to the recipients of the meeting.
Jason Hamor commented
This also applies to adding or removing attendees and sending the invite/update only to the newly added/removed attendees and not everyone on the meeting.
Currently in Outlook for Mac, when we want to add a new attendee, it will automatically send the calendar invite to all attendees on the appointment. There is no way to send the invite only to the new attendee. Previous versions of Outlook for Mac allowed this functionality, but apparently it went away almost 2 years ago and hasn't shown any sign of returning although there are a lot of people who want this feature back.