- By Jim Boyce
- Viewing your calendar
- Using the To-Do Bar
- Adding appointments
- Adding and modifying events
- Adding meetings
- Modifying meetings and tracking responses
- Inserting an Outlook item into a calendar item
- Attaching a file or document to a calendar item
- Inserting the contents of a document into a calendar item
- Inserting an Excel object into a calendar item
- Sharing calendar information
- Printing calendars
Modifying meetings and tracking responses
After you create a meeting in Outlook 2013, you can add or remove attendees, add notes and attachments, change it to an online meeting, and make other changes. You can make these same types of changes with a new meeting invitation before you save it. You can also track which invitees have responded to your meeting invitation to find out who will attend.
Edit a meeting
Open an existing meeting.
Change attendees, subject, and location for the meeting, as needed.
Add notes or attach documents if needed.
Click Send Update to send an updated meeting invitation.
Track attendee responses
Open an existing meeting request. Then, on the Meeting tab, in the Show group, click Scheduling Assistant.
View attendees’ free/busy times and adjust meeting day and time as needed.
Again, on the Meeting tab, in the Show group, click Tracking.
View response status for each attendee.
View online status.
On the ribbon, on the Meeting tab, click Appointment to return to the Appointment page, and then click Send Update.