Outlook 2016 calendar tracking not updating
The updates will automatically change the meeting scheduled in their calendars.
After creating a meeting and inviting attendees for the meeting, you can track the meeting responses which attendees have accepted or declined the meeting request.
If the recipient uses Outlook (and the TNEF blob is intact), Outlook will process the response and update Tracking.
When you create a meeting and invite people, you are a meeting organizer.
In order for this feature to work, invitees must choose to send a response when responding to the meeting. Open your calendar in outlook and double-click the meeting you wish to track. Click the drop-down arow under "Tracking" from the menu and select "View Tracking Status." 3.
The tracking window lists all invitees, their role in the meeting (Organizer, Required Attendee, Optional Attendee, etc...), and their response status.
Outlook was designed to send updates when you change the location or time of the meetings because the attendees need to know when and where the meeting is.
You also can't avoid sending an update when you add a attendee, for the very same reason.
As a meeting organizer, you can find out which attendees have accepted or declined your meeting request. Note: Unfortunately, when you look at the View Tracking Status tab, you'll see the responses shown as a table, but unfortunately it's not possible to sort or filter that list - so quickly picking out everyone who hasn't responded from a long list of invited people isn't so easy.