Outlook 2016 meeting tracking is not updating with responses
I want to update one occurrence of the meeting with an agenda - something that would not change acceptance status.How can I updating the meeting without having new requests sent out?If you'd like to copy the responses: · Click on the top one, · Press SHIFT-END to select the whole lot · Press CTRL-C to copy to clipboard Now, it's a snap to go into Excel, paste the responses and you're free to sort & filter as before.This is the standard warning message when the meeting is not on your default calendar.If you send it, the responses will not automatically update the tracking. Because when Outlook processes the responses, it only looks for the event in your default calendar.You will be able track the responses on the meeting request by changing the response in the response field on the tracking page.If you just make some updates to the agenda, you will send those updates out.The updates that the attendees receive, will not require a response.
If you're invited to someone else's meeting, you'll see options on how to respond, and you'll be able to look at the scheduling view to see who else is on the list, but you won't be able to see how they're responded to the invite (well not entirely).
When you create a meeting and invite people, you are a meeting organizer.
As a meeting organizer, you can find out which attendees have accepted or declined your meeting request. Note: Unfortunately, when you look at the View Tracking Status tab, you'll see the responses shown as a table, but unfortunately it's not possible to sort or filter that list - so quickly picking out everyone who hasn't responded from a long list of invited people isn't so easy.
Unfortunately, when you look at the iew Tracking Status tab, you'll see the responses shown as a table, but unfortunately it's not possible to sort or filter that list - so quickly picking out everyone who hasn't responded from a long list of invited people isn't so easy.
Redmond resident Texan Steve Winfield pointed out a simple solution, however - click on opy Status to Clipboard, and the entire list gets copied to the clipboard - fire up Excel and hit paste, and you'll be able to quickly sort and filter so you can chase up the non-responders or the folk who declined.