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Thanks fro the reply!
following my previous question:
I want a person who's organizing the meeting to declare his\hers intetion to set just one time for a meeting. Do I write "I would like to offer my invitees a single time" or "I would like to offer a single time to my invitees"? is there a better word than "offer"?
Now suppose the organizer sugget alternative times for the meeting - does "I would like to poll my invitees for the optimal time" make sense? Can you think of a better suggestion?
Thanks in advance,
I really appriciate the help!
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Now suppose the organizer sugget alternative times for the meeting - does "I would like to poll my invitees for the optimal time" make sense? Can you think of a better suggestion?

It makes sense, but it's so formal. If I were setting up a meeting with my team at work, I would say: "I would like to meet about _____ (topic). Please let me know what time is most convenient."
Do you mean, for example:

The meeting was scheduled for March 4 at 2 p.m. Due to circumstances, we must change the date. Please let me know if you are available March 6 at 3