Outlook 2016 meeting tracking is not updating with responses

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Use these instructions to sort/filter the responses.

By default, Outlook automatically processes meeting and poll responses so you won't see those emails in your inbox.

As a meeting organizer, you can find out which attendees have accepted or declined your meeting request. Note: Unfortunately, when you look at the View Tracking Status tab, you'll see the responses shown as a table, but unfortunately it's not possible to sort or filter that list - so quickly picking out everyone who hasn't responded from a long list of invited people isn't so easy.To put it another way: I send an email and select the option to notify me when it is read. I let these notifications sit in my inbox for a day or two. When I go into my sent items and look at the item, I am unable to see the tracking information.If I go and open one of the read receipts, go back to my sent items, I then can open tracking. Unfortunately, when you look at the iew Tracking Status tab, you'll see the responses shown as a table, but unfortunately it's not possible to sort or filter that list - so quickly picking out everyone who hasn't responded from a long list of invited people isn't so easy.Redmond resident Texan Steve Winfield pointed out a simple solution, however - click on opy Status to Clipboard, and the entire list gets copied to the clipboard - fire up Excel and hit paste, and you'll be able to quickly sort and filter so you can chase up the non-responders or the folk who declined.

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