Allow Someone to Schedule Meetings on Your Behalf Overview

To give someone permission to another host to manage your meetings, first give them scheduling permissions on your Webex site. Then, share your calendar and assign the other host as a delegate in Microsoft Outlook.

The delegate must have a host account and have Webex Scheduler or Webex Productivity Tools installed.

End of Support for Mac Productivity Tools

The final release for Productivity Tools for Mac will be 41.5 as Microsoft plans to block injection-based plugins on Mac Outlook beginning in mid-May. Mac based Outlook customers who wish to use Webex should move to the Cisco Webex Scheduler.

Webex Productivity Tools is a separate package from the Webex Meetings desktop app from 39.10. Productivity Tools no longer supports integrations with IBM Lotus Notes, IBM Sametime, Microsoft Lync, Internet Explorer, and Skype for Business from 41.2.

Set Scheduling Permission in Microsoft Outlook

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From the Calendar in Microsoft Outlook, select Share Calendar > Calendar from the Home ribbon.

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Click Add.

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Enter the name or email address of the person you want to assign as a delegate, click Add, and then click OK.

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Select Delegate from the list of permissions, and then click OK.

Assigning a delegate from the Calendar Permissions menu.

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From the Calendar in Microsoft Outlook, select Calendar Permissions from the Home ribbon.

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Select the Permissions tab from the Properties window.

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Enter the name or email address of the person you want to assign as a delegate.

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Open the Permissions drop-down menu, select Delegate, and then click Add.

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Click Done.

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From Microsoft Office Web App, select Calendar.

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Under My Calendars, click the More options icon next to Calendar, and then select Sharing and permissions.

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Enter the name or email address of the person you want to add as a delegate.

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Select Delegate from the permissions drop-down menu, and then click Share.