Outlook on the Web - Create a new meeting
Posted by Chris Dodge, Last modified by Chris Dodge on 13 March 2018 10:50 AM
Create a Meeting in Outlook on the Web: Fields and Instructions
- To create a meeting in Outlook on the Web, click “+ New” in the Calendar view page.
- Then enter a title in the “Event” line.
- Then enter the location in the “Location” line.
- Optionally, click “Search in Bing” when adding a location to add a map point.
- To add a room, if supported by your organization, click “Add room” and then choose a room from the list.
- To choose the meeting attendees, enter names or email addresses into the “Attendees” line.
- When entering attendees, any matches in your Contact list appear under the line.
- When they appear, you can click a name to add them to the list.
- Alternatively, to choose meeting attendees, click the “+” at the end of the “Attendees” line to open your Contact list.
- Then click the “+” next to a name to add them to the “Attendees” list.
- Then click “OK” to return to the event creation pane and add the selected contacts.
- Choose a “Start” date and time from the dropdowns shown.
- Then choose the “Duration” for the meeting from that dropdown.
- To set your availability status during the meeting, select an option from the “Show as” dropdown.
- To set a meeting reminder, select an option from the “Reminder” dropdown.
- If using multiple calendars, select the calendar within which you want to create the meeting from the “Calendar” dropdown.
- To create a recurring meeting, select a recurrence schedule from the “Repeat” dropdown list.
- DO NOT check the “Mark as private” checkbox!
- To create an online meeting, click the “Online meeting settings” link and follow the onscreen instructions.
- Leave the “Request responses” checkbox checked to receive notifications when an attendee accepts or declines the meeting request.
- Enter a description or meeting goals for the meeting in the large text box provided.
- Click “Send” to send the meeting requests and create a meeting in Outlook on the Web.