Microsoft Teams Calendar getting a facelift - Enhanced Scheduling Form

According to a message in the admin center, the scheduling feature in the native Teams Calendar app will be getting a facelift making it a lot more similar to the Outlook experience. The roadmap (post) highlights a time zone picker, availability status and locations.

This is for me a most welcome feature, as I often find myself going back to Outlook when planning a meeting where I need to find available times for everyone (unless I'm using "Find-Time"). Having seen a sneak peak earlier, I can say the invite window now does look a lot more like the interface users are used to from applications like Outlook or OWA.

Image "stolen" from the admin center post:

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