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Hi !

I have sent scheduled meetings that occur every monday & wednesday to some people. All those events, until the end of the year have been added to their calendar. Now I want to add another one to those scheduled meetings for the remaining of the year. How could I do that quickly (I'd need a step by step solution please). I would like to make sure that this person is "added" to the original group so all further modifications of the meetings would be sent to every one (old group + new person) at the same time.

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Karen Falandays earned 2000 total points
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Hi Rouxjean,
There are a few ways to do this, but the best way, assuming you would like all participants to be aware of the new additions, is this:
Go to the original meeting request
Choose to open the series
To to attendee availability tab
(Make sure attendee availability radio button is selected)
Add new attendees
Click to send or send update

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Karen
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