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The Scheduling Assistant is simply multiple calendars displayed as parallel timelines for easier comparison

  1. We are all conversant in reading a daily – like here for the classroom-, weekly or monthly calendar sheet: image
  2. If you send a Meeting  request to the classroom to book it, the Scheduling Assistant displays exactly the same free/busy information  for the classroom.
    1. Same pattern of events as above: image
    2. Except that it is folded from a calendar into a timeline format (and in OWA does not display text explanatory beyond with what/whom the room is busy).
    3. This timeline format may be less familiar, but is much more practical to compare the availability for the multiple participants of a meeting.
  3. Compare here: Same pattern for the room booking on both views.
    1. from-calendar-to-scheduling-assistant4
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