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Calendar: back to back meetings

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    Calendar: back to back meetings


    Is there a way in Outlook to add a quick comfort brake after each accepted meeting request? I face a challenge where people often arrange meetings one after another and when they look into my calendar they just use available gaps. I am after a macro I guess that would automatically add appt or block my calendar somehow for 15min after the end of each meeting that I accepted. My google search returned only below, which ultimately just shortens meetings, which would be fine if they were arranged by me but they are not.

    Many thanks,


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    Re: Calendar: back to back meetings

    this macro will add a 15 minute interval after the selected appointment in your Outlook calendar.

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