Microsoft Outlook for Mac 2016 provides an entire system for scheduling meetings: a Scheduling tab to display which people and resources are available, a notes pane so I can communicate my needs for the meeting with them, and Accept, Tentative, and Decline drop down lists to allow inviteees to easily respond to meeting requests. When meeting requirements change, Outlook for Mac 2016 allows me to invite additional attendees, delete attendees, change meeting time or location, and delete meetings. Outlook will prompt me to communicate meeting changes with attendees. Optionally, I can choose to communicate changes in the attendee list only with newly added or newly deleted attendees.
- [Voiceover] I need meet with Tammy Marley-Cox next week…to discuss issues related to a project…that the IT department will be doing for the Events teams…in North America and Latin America.…Tammy's the lead on this.…I need to also invite Victor…and I've already determined that the best time…for that meeting, for at least Tammy and I,…is between Monday the 30th and Friday the 3rd.…
Let's choose a time.…This is a good time to think about your energy…and how you move through the work day.…If mornings are best for you, and you believe…they might, at least, have a chance of being best…for the other people who are involved,…then go early in the day.…If you have another peak time at three in the afternoon,…go for it.…If, on the other hand, you'd like to start your day,…and then have your first appointments at 10,…this is all about your work style.…
I'm going to try for 10 in the morning.…And when I said try, I actually got 9:45.…That's okay.…And this is for the Events Team Project.…Now I can select this and drag it down a little bit.…
- Explain how much time you should put into estimating how long a task will take.
- List the reasons for an item to become a calendar entry.
- Recall the keyboard shortcut for changing to a work week view.
- Recognize when to disable request proposals.
- Define how many categories can be assigned to a meeting.
- Recall the limitations on snoozing reminders.