The FindTime add-in will now be a native feature called scheduling poll. People can use scheduling poll to choose specific time slots and share those with people inside and outside their organization so they can schedule a time with them.
This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 93325.
The FindTime add-in will now be a native feature called Scheduling Polls. Scheduling Polls will be enabled by default for all Outlook users. People can use Scheduling Polls to choose specific time slots and share those with people inside and outside their organization so they can schedule a time with them.
When this will happen
Targeted Release (if applicable): We will begin rolling out late September and expect to complete by late October.
Scheduling poll will be generally available as a native part of Outlook on the web end of September 2022. In early 2023, scheduling poll will be generally available for the new Outlook for Mac and Outlook for Windows desktop clients
How this will affect your organization
When your tenant gets the update, the native feature will be added to the Outlook on the web ribbon replacing FindTime. Users do not need to do anything, this change will happen automatically, and users will be able to keep creating scheduling polls as easily as before.
What you need to do to prepare
As we bring scheduling poll directly to Outlook, users can expect to have a similar set of features and workflow as the existing FindTime add-in.
As Scheduling poll rolls out and reaches your environment, it will replace the FindTime add-in. Going forward, all new features and bug fixes will apply to scheduling poll and not the existing FindTime add-in
Message ID: MC439633
Cloud instance(s): Worldwide (Standard Multi-Tenant)
Platform(s): Mac, Online, Web, Windows Desktop, World tenant