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How to automatically end meetings in Microsoft Outlook

If you are in meetings all day, let Microsoft Outlook help you by automatically changing the end time so that you can take a short break. You can do this either in the Outlook client or in the Outlook web app.

A lot settings on the desktop client Outlook will be synced with the web app and vice versa, but in this case, they will not do it. If you use both the client and the web app, you need to do them settings in both. Fortunately, it is very easy.

End meetings that end earlier in the Outlook client

To end meetings that end earlier in the Microsoft Outlook client, open File> Options> Calendar and scroll down to the "Calendar Options" section.

Outlook

Select the "End appointments and meetings early" box and select when Outlook should end the meeting. The choices is in "Less than one hour" and "One hour or longer". When done, click "OK".

Outlook

Are you ready! You can return at any time to change the time period or to turn off completely the “End appointments and meetings early” function.

End meetings earlier in the Outlook Web application

To end meetings in the Microsoft Outlook web app, click Settings> View All Outlook Settings.

Outlook

From the "Settings" menu, select Calendar> Events And Invitations.

Select it frame "End appointments and meetings early" and select when Outlook should end the meeting. The options are "Less than one hour" and "One hour or longer". When done, click "Save".

Outlook

You can return at any time to change the time period or turn off the “End appointments and meetings early” function completely.

Source of information: howtogeek.com

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