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Chapter 14: Big-Time Collaboration with Outlook
The list of people you invited appears, listing each person’s response to
your invitation (see Figure 14-4).
Sad to say, only the meeting organizer can find out who has agreed to attend
a certain meeting. If you plan to attend a certain meeting only because that
special someone you met in the elevator might also attend, you’ll have to go
to the meeting to find out if she or he is there. You can tell who was invited
to a meeting by checking the names on the meeting request that you got by
Taking a vote
Management gurus constantly tell us about the importance of good teamwork
and decision making. But how do you get a team to make a decision when you
can’t find most of the team members most of the time? You can use Outlook as
a decision-making tool if you take advantage of the Outlook voting buttons.
Voting is a special feature of Outlook e-mail that adds buttons to an e-mail
message sent to a group of people. When they get the message and if they are
also using Outlook, recipients can click a button to indicate their response.