In order to create and manage FindTime polls, users in your org will need access to Outlook on the web. If you currently have Outlook on the web blocked, you will need to remove that configuration before FindTime will work. This does not apply to attendees of a poll – as an attendee, users from O365, on-prem, third party can always vote on FindTime poll links.
If you have configured EWSApplicationAccessPolicy…
If you have configured EWSApplicationAccessPolicy to enforce EWSAllowlist, you must add these to your allow list (please note that these entries are case-sensitive):
If your organization has Microsoft Teams or Skype for Business as its default online meeting provider, then it is natively integrated into FindTime. If you use a different service (like Zoom, Webex, or other) you can also use that. Just follow the instructions in this support article.
FindTime respects your Outlook or browser’s time zone
FindTime uses your working-hours’ time zone if you are signed into our service. If you vote in a FindTime poll as an anonymous attendee, FindTime detects your browser’s time zone to try to display the right local time for you.
We hope these 5 tips will help manage and deploy FindTime for your organization. In case you need training for your users, you can point them to this support article. As always, we love to hear from you. If you have any feedback, please let us know through our UserVoice channel.