Outlook 2016 - Schedule a meeting
Schedule your meetings through Outlook. This user guide shows you how. Please note that the guide is for Outlook 2016.
1. Start a new meeting
Access the calendar  in Outlook, and find a date for your meeting room reservation . Click "New Meeting" or "New Skype Meeting" .
Note: You may wish to select Skype Meeting regardless of the nature of the meeting, as this provides all participants, including those unable to attend the meeting in person, with a link
1.2. Choose attendees and add a room
Note: If you selected "Skype Meeting" but still intend to reserve a room, delete the words "Skype Meeting" from the location field. The room will then be automatically added to the subject field.
1. Choose attendees. Either enter email addresses, or click the "To" buttom to access UiT's address book.
2. Select a meeting room from the list by clicking the "Rooms" button.
Fill in the subject field, set a start and end time, enter any other text you may wish to add in the main field, and then click "send" to send the meeting invitation.
If your meeting includes a room, you will receive an automatic email informing you of whether or not your room reservation has been accepted.
2. Scheduling Assistant
When you are trying to plan a meeting, you may wish to know if the attendees are free in the relevant time period, or whether the room you plan to use is free for use. Outlook 2016 features a Scheduling Assistant for this use.
1. Select "Scheduling Assistant"
2. Add attendees and a room. Attendees can also be added manually by entering their email address under "All Attendees"
3. Select a timeframe that works for all attendees. If the room you have selected is not available in the timeframe that suits the attendees best, choose a different room.
After you have finished, click "Appointment" and send the meeting invitation
3. Adding frequently used rooms to your Outlook Calendar
If you employ certain rooms on a regular basis, you can add them to your Outlook Calendar. This gives you a quick overview of your most commonly used rooms and their availability.
From your calendar view, select "Open Calendar", then select "From room list". Select the rooms you wish to add and click "OK". You are now able to see the rooms' calendars side by side for an overview of their availability.
Note: Always have your own calendar visible next to the room calendars, as you register room reservations in your own calendar, not the room calendars.
4. Email receipt
After you reserve a room, you will receive a receipt via email (providing you are not reserving the room for someone else as described in Outlook 2016 - Schedule a meeting on another's behalf). The email will have the following contents:
If the room booking was successful
From: Name of the meeting room
Subject: Accepted: Subject of the meeting invitation
If the room booking was unsuccessful
From: Name of the meeting room
Subject: Declined: Subject of the meeting invitation
Reasons for failed room booking
If your room booking fails, the email will include an explanation.
- You do not have permission to book this resource
- This means you do not have permission to book this room. Solution: Select a different meeting room, or contact the administration of the relevant building
- Your request was declined because there are conflicts
- Someone else ha already booked the meeting in the desired time slot. Solution: Find a different time slot or meeting room
- No email receipt
- Someting has failed. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, including the room you attempted to book, as well as the time period you tried to book this room for.
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