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Granted, the Calendar section of the To-Do Bar mainly got feature cuts but the revival of the Upcoming Appointments feature will provide relief for most users.Bolded dates might help when you only have a few appointments but it is meaningless for when you always have a fully booked Calendar; it will just show all dates with a bold font.Yet another way to go would be to create a Quick Step with the action: Create an appointment with text of message.With change comes resistance and the lack of options/choice doesn’t help either.You’ll find that clicking on the month will also still work there.rather than scroll through all the months or even years.Instead their entire schedule is hashed out and if I place my cursor over it, I get a message that says "No Free/Busy information could be retrieved." Now, if I sign into OWA and repeat the above process, I can see both user's Free/Busy schedule. Does anyone have any idea why this is happening with Outlook 2010?
If I create a new appointment using Outlook 2010 and add 2 users as attendees, I can see one of the user's Free/Busy schedule, but not the other user's.
One change I personally like, is that you can now click on a date in the Date Navigator to see what is scheduled on that day (or upcoming days from there) without needing to switch to the Calendar itself.
Especially with dates further in the future or when you don’t want to leave the Mail Navigation, this is a nice change.
To be fair, even with this altered and the Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 implementation of the To-Do Bar, you would leave it up to chance (how much space there is left) whether or not you’d see any upcoming appointments.
One way to better deal with upcoming appointments is to set realistic reminders.
If I have a day with little or no appointments, I always found it quite convenient to see upcoming appointments for the next days. Is there any way to change this and get that functionality back?