How to See Who Accepted a Meeting in Outlook

Outlook has a tracking feature that allows you to see the responses of contacts you invite to a meeting. This feature lets you see who accepted, declined, or didn’t respond to an invite.

This post will show you how to see who accepted a meeting invite in the Outlook desktop, web, and mobile app.

Checking who accepted a meeting in Outlook Desktop

  1. Launch the Outlook desktop app. Then, select the calendar icon on the left pane.

    Click the calendar icon.

  2. Click once on the meeting you want to check responses for.

    Click on the meeting.

  3. In the top ribbon, choose Tracking under “Attendees.”

    Choose the Tracking option.

  4. In the new window, you will see a list of the attendees you’ve sent the meeting invite to. Next to their name is their response, which can be one of four things:
    • Accepted: attendee accepted the meeting invite.
    • Declined: attendee declined the meeting invite.
    • Tentative: attendee is unsure whether or not they will attend.
    • None: attendee hasn’t responded to the meeting invite yet.

      Check your attendees’ responses.

Checking who accepted a meeting in Outlook Web

  1. Sign in to Then, select the calendar icon on the left portion of the page.

    Click on the calendar icon.

  2. Double-click on the meeting you want to check.

    Double-click on the meeting.

  3. You will see your attendees’ responses on the right of the new window. This can be either:
    • Yes means Accepted.
    • No means Declined.
    • Maybe means they’re unsure.
    • Didn’t respond means No Response yet.

      See the response of your attendees.

Checking who accepted a meeting in Mobile App

  1. Open the Outlook mobile app. Then, tap the calendar icon at the bottom of the screen.

    Tap on the calendar icon.

  2. Tap on the meeting you want to check.

    Select the meeting.

  3. Under “Attendees,” you will see the list of names of those you invited to the meeting. Their response is the label next to their profile icons.
    • Green check means Accepted.
    • Red cross means Declined.
    • Gray question mark means Unsure.
    • White/gray dot means No Response.

      Look at the icon next to the profile photo to check their response.

Liam is a marketing specialist at Based in Dublin, he graduated from Trinity College Dublin in 2020 with a degree in Computer Science (Intelligent Systems). He has since 2021 worked for Google as a Sales and Marketing specialist, within their Dublin headquarters. Liam has over 4 years of experience in e-commerce sales, digital marketing and branding.

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