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    Hello all,

    While this request is being reviewed for future consideration please try this workaround solution:

    • Click on the Deleted Items Folder
    • Click on View tab on the command bar
    • Choose “Change View – Manage View” command on the command bar
    • Click “New” in the right to create a new
    • Name the view “Calendar”
    • Pick the Day/Week/Month “type of view”
    • Click OK. Now you should get dialog that lets you customize the view.
    • Now click on Columns –
    Change the select available fields in bottom-left to All Appointments Fields
    Select the “Start” field on the left and Click Start → on the right.
    Select the “End” field on the left and Click End → on the right.
    Click OK
    • Click on Filter…
    Click on the “Advanced Tab”
    Click on the Field Drop Down – All Mails Field – “Message Class”
    You…

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    Dena commented  · 

    I wholeheartedly agree with many other posters to this suggestion and others that are related to the same topic of having some type of feature that allows for meetings to remain on my calendar even though I know at the time I received the invite I have a conflict and should let the organizer know I won't be there. It is very frustrating when I do Decline a meeting because I'm already booked or double-booked and then it disappears. As another poster stated, in today's fast-changing world, prior commitments often change which would have allowed me to then be able to attend the declined event.....but unfortunately it's not on my calendar, so I have no way of knowing when it was calendared for or of updated my "Declined" reply. (Oh, and let's not forget when other meetings end a lot earlier than expected, resulting in time that I didn't know I had.) Additionally, there are MANY instances when I am unable to attend a meeting/event, but definitely want to follow up with the organizer and/or another attendee to see what was discussed and possible action items. Currently there is no way to keep something on my calendar to do this without replying misleadingly with "Accept" or "Tentative." When I'm planning a meeting, I want to be able to do so with an accurate count - for many reasons, but mostly regarding preparation of materials, refreshments, room arrangements, group work/assignments, etc. Therefore, I of course also want to always extend this courtesy to other organizers. Anyone who plans meetings knows there is a BIG difference when 20 people are invited and 10 replied tentative, but know they likely aren't attending due to conflicts vs. planning for those 10 people to possibly show up! This is definitely one of the features (or maybe better to be described as *lack* of features) of Outlook Calendar that is so maddening, and hope that the many posts/comments are taken into consideration and updated very soon!

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    Dena commented  · 

    I agree with all other posters regarding the look, size, and lack of options for the Ribbon. In addition to the fact that they are too big and take up WAY TOO MUCH work space with no option to resize, the lack of ability to remove main specific commands under the default headings without deleting the entire heading! (i.e. In Outlook Home (Mail) Delete tab, I'm unable to just remove "Archive" and "Clean Up" while keeping "Ignore," "Junk," and "Delete." Thank you for allowing users to provide feedback, and I look forward to hopefully seeing some updates soon, as it seems that many professionals using 365 are unhappy with the current Ribbon.

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