Bookings in Outlook is coming to help you reduce the back and forth in scheduling as well as maintain control of your calendar.
Microsoft Bookings is designed for group and team scheduling, but Bookings in Outlook is meant only for the owner of the mailbox based on their preferences and availability. As the owner of your mailbox, you will be able to create custom meeting types to share with others. They can use this to easily schedule a 1:1 meeting with you, where both parties will receive an email confirmation. Attendees also have the ability to update or cancel scheduled meetings with you from your personal bookings page.
Bookings in Outlook will roll out as a preview version, beginning in early June for the targeted release, and is expected to complete by mid-June. The standard will then roll out mid-June and is expected to complete by the end of June. Users that meet the licensing requirements will have Bookings in Outlook be enabled by default during this time period. There are also instructions available to disable access to creating a personal booking page for your organization or select users if needed.
To learn more about Bookings in Outlook, including if you qualify for the roll out, visit here.