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How to view voting results/responses in Outlook?

After sending an email message with voting button, you may need to know the voting results or responses from the recipients. You can easily view voting results or responses with the following tutorial.

View voting results/responses in Outlook

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1. Get into the Sent Items folder, and open the email you sent with voting button.

2. Then click Tracking in the Show group under Message tab.

Note: The Tracking only appears after one recipient replied the email with his or her own vote.

3. After clicking Tracking, you will see the voting response is listed in the Message window.

 

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    Олег Луцик · 4 months ago
    Hello
    Is it possible to make in some way that respondents who are answering, could also see voting results ( tracking) in the same way as sender see this ?
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    Stacy · 8 months ago
    If I need to resend a message that I used voting on will it keep the tracked items??
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    Chad · 1 years ago
    Please tell me I can add a recipient to a voting poll after the original Poll was sent??? I cannot simply forward the original email to a new recipient....I lose the voting results. There should be a way to do it but it appears that you cannot. This is very powerful as sometimes you need to add people to a poll later on that you might have forgotten.
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    Joe · 2 years ago
    Can I move the sent email to my inbox or other folder for ease of viewing?
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      Mark · 2 years ago
      [quote name="Joe"]Can I move the sent email to my inbox or other folder for ease of viewing?[/quote]
      Whenever I've tried this it loses the ability to track responses. Bit of an oversight as the sent item gets harder to find by the minute and some things you need to keep the record of responses for sometime.
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    E.R. · 3 years ago
    I'm not getting a Show group in the Message ribbon when I check the sent email. I had copied myself on the original email, and I voted in my own poll -- so I know there was at least one response. No Tracking button appears. I'm running Outlook 2016.
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      ss · 4 months ago
      you need to go to your send items and you will be able to see the tracking icon
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      Donna Evenson · 3 years ago
      I am having a similar problem in 2013. I don't feel like I should have to vote in my own poll, but I did. I do see the blue circle with i in it that says The sender responded: Yes. If you right click on that, it asks if you want to see the responses. Might work for you. Good luck.