Easy Team Meeting Scheduling with Microsoft’s Find Time Tool

Many would assume that scheduling team meetings is an easy, stress-free task. However, countless professional teams tell us that coordinating team meetings is one of the most frustrating and tedious daily tasks on their to-do lists.

Easy Team Meeting Scheduling with Microsoft’s Find Time Tool

Many would assume that scheduling team meetings is an easy, stress-free task. However, countless professional teams tell us that coordinating team meetings is one of the most frustrating and tedious daily tasks on their to-do lists. That’s why we’re on a mission to help organizations of all shapes and sizes take the frustration out of scheduling team meetings by implementing Microsoft’s Find Time tool.

Scheduling Nightmare: Why Is Getting Team Members Together So Hard?

When you want to book a team meeting with your co-workers, we’re guessing it goes something like this. All you need is 60 minutes of availability from each member of the team to review performance metrics or discuss upcoming organizational objectives. You frantically try to coordinate the meeting by calling team members, sending out the odd email, and asking about availability as teammates walk by your office. By the time you’ve coordinated everyone, the back and forth of trying to get the meeting arranged ends up taking more time than the actual meeting itself!

Have you been there before? Do you often catch yourself wondering if there’s a better way to streamline the coordination of team meetings with coworkers? Don’t stress. Our clients ask us for help on this issue all the time and luckily, there is a better way. With the right IT solutions in place, you can streamline the tedious coordination process and get team meetings arranged in the blink of an eye.

Streamline Team Meeting Scheduling with Microsoft Find Time

Helping organizations do more with technology is what we’re all about. We’re committed to helping professionals find the right strategic technologies to optimize operations. When it comes to organizing team meetings, the most strategic tool available to organizational teams is without a doubt Find Time from Microsoft. Find Time is a time-saving, efficiency-optimizing, and productivity-generating tool that helps professional teams coordinate meetings easily.

Wondering how it works? Microsoft’s Find Time solution shows what days and times work the best for all required meeting attendees. When you use Find Time, everyone you’re trying to coordinate for a meeting will get a say in what dates and times work best for them. Once everyone has selected their preferred date and time, Find Time coordinates the best meeting time and generates an invite to be sent to all attendees. It really is that simple.

Get started with Find Time using these simple instructions:

  • First, keep in mind that you will need a valid Office 365 or Microsoft 365 subscription
  • Visit www.findtime.microsoft.com and click the install button
  • Once the install is complete, restart Outlook
  • Once you have restarted Outlook, Find Time will be installed and ready for use

Want to Know More? Looking for IT Consultation? We Can Help!

If you’re looking for some support as you work to implement and optimize Find Time, we’ve got your back. If you have questions about how you can start using Find Time or the most strategic ways to use it, don’t hesitate to reach out to the team of IT experts at Network Security Associates. The whole point of Microsoft’s Find Time tool is to save you a lot of scheduling headaches – we can help with the implementation.

We’re your one-stop-shop for any IT questions or concerns you might have. Our team of strategic IT professionals can offer advice on the best tools available to you and discuss other strategies and solutions that will help your teamwork more efficiently and productively together. Give us a call anytime at (702) 547-9800, drop us a line at sales@nsa-nv.com, or visit our website at www.nsa-nv.com to book a consultation. We’re standing by, ready to help you take the frustration out of team meetings.