10-14-2019 08:18 PM
Just found out that do not send a response doesn't update organizer's list in addition to not sending email. I would suggest changing the wording - because if people previously figured out how it worked they would need a cue that the behavior changed. Personally wouldn't want to choose the 'same' option again from being burned in the past.
10-29-2019 03:48 PM
Someone brought up the topic of when you would want to accept but not have your attendance registered, and that is something I used to think of when I would accept and not send the response. The idea was that I would be adding it to my calendar for awareness but would not want to be considered as acknowledging that I would be there to represent my team. (On a change control, for example). Now I just use Tentative for that. I think if the invitee's response is always going to be registered with the organizer, then Accept/Tentative/Decline is all that anyone would need and the default should be to not send an email reply.
10-29-2019 05:17 PM
@Julia Foran it's nearly been 9 months since you said "We do plan to make this change in Outlook 2016 for Windows" and still not ETA on when it will be delivered to Office 365 members.
Why is it taking so long?
I would have thought Outlook for Windows would be the first client you updated as it has been around the longest...
11-07-2019 01:50 PM
Any news on this? Last update was 2018 and this would be a great change for us. We do a lot of lunch and learns and email 400 people in the office. I don't want 400 emails coming my way but I'd really like to know who's actually coming by checking the scheduling assistant.