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How to invite additional attendees to a meeting without sending an update to all

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Hello,

 

I have a Macbook. I host a big meeting on teams twice a month and there is always at least 1 person who has left the company or another 1 joined. How do I update the meeting invite without sending the update to ALL?

 

Seems like a simple thing, but cannot see how to do it. I also have Microsoft Outlook, but there is also no option to do it on there.

 

Thanks everyone!

 

Jenny

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Hi @JennySommet

See here

https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/office/remove-a-person-from-a-meeting-9bb9230b-a722-43ee-a916-66...

Outlook should be able to do this, if you open up the meeting in Outlook (Desktop) calendar and remove or add attendees then click send update it should give you an option to send update to all, or send the update only to added/deleted attendees. You would pick the latter option.

I would be shocked if Outlook for Mac didn't have this functionality!

Hope that answers your question

Best, Chris
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@Christopher Hoard  No it doesn't give me that option - puzzling! I have outlook for Mac version 16.40.