Quickly find times that work for you and some of your attendees
Attendees receive an email and can vote on their preferred times
Outlook sends out the meeting invite on your behalf once you reach consensus
We originally launched FindTime through the Garage, which is Microsoft’s official outlet for experimental projects from small teams across the company. As we continued refining FindTime, we knew that we were onto something when many of our users started recommending the service to their co-workers and friends because of how much time FindTime was saving them. Since FindTime was an add-in for Outlook, we decided that the best way to help even more people save time was to make meeting polls available directly in Outlook on the web. With “Poll for a Time to Meet” now available in Outlook on the web, we are discontinuing FindTime as an add-in for Outlook on October 1, 2017.
FindTime will continue to operate until Oct 1st, 2017, at which point we will discontinue the add-in and service. The plug-in will no longer be available to schedule meetings and attendees will be unable to vote on meetings. Polls that are still open and not finalized will be discarded. Any meetings where voting has closed and the meeting has been scheduled will be unaffected. To continue saving time when scheduling meetings, we recommended transitioning to Outlook on the web, which you can access from Office.com.
Although most FindTime users should be able to see “Poll for a Time to Meet” in Outlook on the web immediately, some users may not be able to see it yet. We recently started rolling out the feature, and in some cases, it may take up to a week to become visible.
Although FindTime users should already have access to “Poll for a Time to Meet,” you can also ensure that you and your organization have access by asking your O365 Administrator to join the First Release Program.
We want to make sure you're able to use Outlook on the web to take advantage of "Poll for a Time to Meet". If you need any assistance, you can submit your feedback via UserVoice.