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How to check who created an appointment in Microsoft Outlook calendar
18 April 2022
NOTE: This solution applies to Microsoft Outlook 2016/2013/2010.
To solve the problem, you will first need to switch the calendar to the List view and then customise it by adding the Organiser field. Follow the instructions below to do that.
How do I do this?
1. Open Microsoft Outlook, go to the Calendar view and choose the View tab from the ribbon.
2. On the View tab, click Change view and choose List (Fig. 1.).
3. The Calendar will now switch to List view (Fig.2.)
4. To add the Organizer field, go back to the View tab, click Change View and go the Manage Views section (Fig. 1.). The Manage All Views window will open (Fig. 3.).
5. In the View Name column, select List and click the Modify button on the right. The Advanced View Settings: List window will open (Fig. 4.).
6. Click the Columns button.
7. The Show Columns window will display. From the Select available columns from drop-down list choose All Appointment fields (Fig. 5.)
8. From the Available columns list choose Organizer, click the Add button and then OK (Fig. 6.).
9. A new From column will be added to the calendar’s list. It will show the name of the user who created the appointment (Fig. 7.).
NOTE: although you have added the Organiser field, it will be displayed as the From column.
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