Missing schedule button
FindTime updated their Dashboard today (3/11/2020) and now when I click on any of my meetings, the schedule button is gone. There is no way to manually schedule a meeting. Help!
Kyle Hannan commented
The 'schedule' button was much simpler and did what it said. The 'new meeting' method is counter-intuitive and quite rubbish.
Option is missing on the dashboard not matter on how you schedule the meeting.
We CANNOT CLICK SCHEDULE because the BUTTON IS NOT THERE!!!!
Claire Thirlwall commented
I'm still getting this bug - if I click on the schedule button in the email that shows me a recent vote the meeting fails to schedule, and then there is no option on the dashboard.
It is an issue when you have large meetings where you know you won't find consensus and you just need to select a time that works for the most people.
Any news on the fix?
Hi- just a note that it's June and this is still an issue i've found (since March).
Also the responses are harder to read via the dashboard than when you receive the notification in an email.
@Ricardo, that did the trick. Thank you so much for taking the time to look into this for me!
I see what you mean. The "New Meeting" buttons replace the old "Schedule" buttons. When you click on "New Meeting", a new meeting form will pop out with all the poll and time option settings pre-filled. If you don't want to make any changes, you can click on the "Send" button to schedule the meeting.
@Ricardo, I have, there is no option to manually schedule on the voting page regardless of what method I use to get there. It worked with the old dashboard but not the new one.
The image that shows the schedule button is from the old dashboard (https://findtime.microsoft.com/UserDashboard) and the other image is what I get when I click on a meeting from the new dashboard (https://outlook.office.com/findtime/dashboard).
@Aaron, thanks for reporting. We are in the process of testing a fix for the issue you reported. You can track status in the thread below.
I have a similar problem. When i set up a new meeting poll using Outlook, there is no longer an obvious button in the body of the email for respondents to click to respond to the poll.
You can still manually schedule a poll from the poll's voting page. Have you tried clicking on a poll from the dashboard?