Adding People to Invites

This video (Microsoft Stream- login with HFC credentials) shows how to use the web based email client to forward a meeting invite to someone knew without sending the invitation to everyone.

I had asked for people who wanted to attend a monthly walk-on committee meeting. I did not want to keep a list of who responded and send them an email at a later date because those folks might wonder what is happening and I am not organized enough to do that carefully. I also did not want to resent the invite 10 times to the folks already on the committee. My solution is in the video.

And Then There Was One- Calendar

The default setting in desktop Outlook is to have multiple calendars show up without overlapping. This must be useful for someone, somewhere.

Fortunately, my next door neighbor at work (along with, I suppose, millions of users world-wide) discovered how to change this. There is an arrow at the top tab of each calendar pointing left. Click the arrow to fold that calendar into the next one over.

(The text above describes what I show in the video below.)