Feb 17 2017 02:23 AM
Feb 17 2017 02:23 AM
I'm seeing this feature in Outlook on the web, but it seems not finalized yet: Participants of the poll receive the poll notification, they can vote, but as an organizer I don't receive notifications when people have voted. Not useable at this stage.
I could find an entry in the roadmap about it, but no information here or the blogs.
Where could we find some information about what the target end user experience will be (user story)?
Feb 28 2017 11:11 AM
I just heard via Microsoft Education webcast that the FindTime product from the Microsoft Garage is being rolled into Office 365. https://products.office.com/en-us/business/office-365-roadmap/?featureid=56796&featureid=56796
Apr 13 2017 02:10 PM
Discovered yesterday evening in OWA (only). Works fine with a couple of E1/E3 licences.
Very nice and seems to be working. So finally a decent alternative to DOODLE ?
But unfortunately it does NOT seem available for BUSINESS PREMIUM licences ! :-((((
Can you confirm ? Will it be in future ? We really need it.
Will it be implemented in outlook PC version too?
Jul 10 2017 06:49 AM
FindTime is not longer available an the new Meeting Poll Feature works only for OWA.
When will it come to Outlook?
Jul 10 2017 01:53 PM
Sep 18 2017 08:31 AM
Has anyone found any further information about the Find a Time feature our product is Office 365 Government E3 and Find a Time is not available here either!
Sep 18 2017 08:48 AM - edited Sep 18 2017 09:07 AM
in our tenant, the E3 commercial licences have regular access...
Unfortunately NOT the E1 and neither the business premium (we have many of them).
Probably in MS believe tha only in big companies the meetings are organized !!! :-(((
Very messy/confusional service deployment. :-(((
Sep 28 2017 02:14 PM
Please take note that in our tenant meeting poll function now fully works with E3 - E1 - Business Premium licences (only OWA) !!!
... and in HOTMAIL too !!
Sep 30 2017 02:22 PM
Tested the meeting poll with 3 slots. I invited a separate account and when I responded that 2 of those options worked Outlook automatically chose the first one and scheduled it. However, there were 2 possibilities. Outlook could have sent a message and even marked the first one as a tentative meeting, but it should have given the organizer the option to choose which of the 2 possibilities were going to be the final option.
Furthermore: I create a poll with title "Meeting". After sendind out the poll start the title is changed in "HOLD" (in italian "IN SOPSESO"). After the "autoconfirmation" the HOLD part of the title is NOT removed, so everybody in their calendar see "HOLD:meeting".
please FIX !
Feb 25 2018 07:04 PM
I cloud not find this function in my work environment(Office 365 E5).
Are there any prerequisites to enable this function?