Microsoft Outlook Gets Shared Calendars Feature on Android and iOS
If you have been a staunch user of Microsoft’s Outlook app, you’ll all set to get a new update. Now users using Outlook on mobile can sync all Office365 shared calendars to their smartphones for any permission level, including view, edit, or delegate.
Outlook Shared Calendars Feature on Mobile
Alongside, users can now share a calendar or can accept shared calendar request from other Microsoft Outlook user. Microsoft cleared that existing shared calendars will not be upgraded with this rollout, rather, they will continue to sync only to Outlook on the desktop.
That means only those shared calendars that are accepted after the feature roll out will sync to mobile devices. Notably, you’ll able to sync shared calendar to your smartphone if the calendar is shared between users who are both hosted in Exchange Online.
Another limitation to the sync feature that the request of sharing invitation of calendar must have been done using Outlook on iOS, Android, and the web.
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