Book Meeting makes it easy to invite multiple attendees to a meeting. Use Book Meeting's Invitees field to set up the full guest list (instead of Outlook's To/CC fields), and then send the proposed times to a single primary recipient. Once that individual selects a time, the full guest list will be invited to the resulting calendar event.
1. From any outgoing email, add a single primary recipient in the email's To field.
2. Select Book Meeting from the Cirrus Insight email menu.
3. From the Book Meeting pop-out window, enter additional invitees' email addresses into the Add Invitees field.
4. Add any other event details* and select your available times.
5. Click the red Insert Times button.
*Title and Location are required fields.
6. After you insert times into the email, the Invitees line displays all the individuals that will receive a calendar event invitation.
7. Send the email.
After the primary recipient chooses one of your meeting times, Book Meeting will automatically create a calendar event. You and everyone in the invitee list will be invited to the event.
Updated March 2021
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