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    139 comments  ·  Outlook 2016 for Windows » Calendar  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Ian commented  · 

    How is this still not implemented years after it was requested and other calendars already have it?

    When modifying a recurring meeting you should be given the option to modify just this instance, all instances of the recurring meeting or all future instances of the meeting.

    Working in an international organisation, I attend meetings that have been set up by people all over the world. When daylight savings changes at different dates in Australia, the UK and the US, recurring meetings inevitably conflict and some of them must be changed. Forcing us to change all past instances of the meeting is frustrating and makes the previous meeting times record wrong.

    Also, when changing the recurring meeting it will now tell me that # instances of this recurring appointment conflict with other appointments on my calendar, but this is because it is conflicting with past events, not future ones.

    Can you please make it an option that only future appointments are modified when changing recurring meeting details?

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    8 comments  ·  Outlook 2016 for Windows » Calendar  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Ian commented  · 

    When modifying a recurring meeting you should be given the option to modify just this instance, all instances of the recurring meeting or all future instances of that meeting.

    Working in an international organisation, I attend meetings that have been set up by people all over the world. When daylight savings changes at different dates in Australia, the UK and the US, recurring meetings inevitably conflict and some of them must be changed. Forcing us to change all past instances of the meeting is frustrating and makes the previous meeting times incorrect.

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