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How to create recurring meetings and appointments in Outlook?

If you have weekly, monthly or annually meetings or appointments that you need to follow up, but you don’t want to manually set them up every day or month, Outlook Recurrence function can help you make the appointments or meetings recurring. Please look at the following article.

Create recurring meetings and appointments in Outlook

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For appointment recurrence:

1. Make sure that you are in the Calendar section. Set up your appointment by clicking Home > New Appointment. See screenshot:

2. Compose your appointment, then click Recurrence button.

3. An appointment Recurrence dialog will pop up, select your ideal time, pattern and range of your recurrence, then click OK.

4. Now, click Save & Close to save the appointment and close the dialog.


For meeting recurrence:

1. Set up your new meeting by clicking Home > New Meeting. See screenshot:

2. Compose your meeting information then click Recurrence button. See screenshot:

3. An appointment Recurrence dialog will pop up, select your ideal time, pattern and range of your recurrence, then click OK.

4. In a popup prompt dialog box, select Save changes and send update. Then click OK.

5. Then click Send Update. The recipient will receive your meeting update email.

 

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    Ashley Davidson-Fisher · 1 years ago
    It's terrible to have to search online for something so ridiculous as "How to create a calendar event in Outlook 2010" because Microsoft couldn't make it easy enough for everyone to figure it out on there own.
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    Tena · 1 years ago
    how do i create meetings automatically on the 1st and 3rd tuesday of each month? I used to be able to do this but cant now............? Help
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    Nagarajan Mani · 2 years ago
    Outlook forces to create reoccurring meetings on the same day of the week.. same day of the month and in the same sequence. Why should it be only so? There can be monthly meetings occurring on different dates, days of consecutive months. Why I am forced to create 12 calendar entries for 12 monthly meetings. Is there a custom feature which is available in Lotus Notes. Or do we have an alternate solution?
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      Krisztina · 5 months ago
      Hi, did you find an alternate solution? I can't believe Outlook did this stupid on this one....
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      tina · 1 years ago
      Absolutely correct, did you find a solution on that issue?
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    Jack · 4 years ago
    Microsoft, you really Screwed the pooch on this one. Why is it when I create a recurring meeting, it only shows up on the DAY I created it on. NOT all x amount of weeks I created it to run? I have searched and searched and have not found an adequate answer.
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      maria · 2 years ago
      Seriously jack im going nuts here with that issue and its pissing me off on another level.
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      Erica · 2 years ago
      I am having the same issue. I am creating recurring meetings, but it only shows on the day created. Please help!