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How to check who accepted meeting invite in Outlook?

After sending a meeting request in Outlook, as a meeting organizer, you may need to check who accepted and declined the invitation at a certain time. Especially when you need to make sure that the ones who were invited to speak at the meeting will indeed show up. This article lists an easy instruction for Outlook meeting organizers to see which and how attendees respond to the invitation.


Check who accepted meeting invite in Outlook 2021 and later versions

If you are using Outlook 2021 or Outlook 365, to see responses to the meeting you created, please do as follows:

1. In the Calendar view, find the meeting you want to check on its attendee status, then double-click it. Note: To view all your meetings and events with ease, you can click Change View under the tab View, then select List on the drop-down list.

2. In the pop-up Meeting window, go to the Tracking tab. Now you can see a meeting attendance list. In the Response column, you are able to check if the people you invited accepted, declined, or did not respond to (None) the meeting invitation.


Check who accepted meeting invite in Outlook 2019 and earlier versions

For the users of Outlook 2019 and earlier versions, to see the attendee status, please do as follows:

1. In the Calendar view, find the meeting you want to check, then double-click it. Note: To view all your meetings and events with ease, you can click Change View under the tab View, then select List on the drop-down list.

2. In the pop-up Meeting window, under the Meeting tab, find Tracking in the Show group. Then you can see a meeting attendance list. In the Response column, you are able to check if the people you invited accepted, declined, or did not respond to (None) the meeting invitation.


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