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In Outlook, you can create and send a meeting invite that shows your availability and lets them choose a time that works for them.
Send a meeting invitation with available time slots
Tap New Message to create a new email message.
Tap the body of the email message.
Tap Add Meeting .
Tap Send Availability.
Tap to select available time slots.
Note: The selected time slots are included in the email message body.
Type the recipient's email address and the subject into the respective email fields.
Tap Send to send the invitation with your availability.
You'll notice I have a new email. I have a meeting invite. Right from here, I can tap the RSVP button in the left-hand pane, and choose to either Accept or Decline it right from here. I can also plan my meetings via email.
I'm going to create a new email by tapping the icon with a pencil on it. Let's find out when somebody wants to meet.
If I tap to place the cursor inside the body of the email, there's three icons that appear on the bottom, right-hand side.
I'm going to tap the square icon with the plus.
This is going to allow me to either create a meeting invite or I can send somebody my availability to let the recipient choose the time.
I'll tap Send Availability.
From here, I can tap and choose some times that I want to send to the person.
I'll tap Done on the top, right-hand side, and those time slots are populated.
From here, I can populate my email. I can put in a subject, and send off my email.
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