The blog explained how to set up a company-wide shared calendar in Office 365.
Three years has passed since then, and the platform has changed Many businesses require an accessible, shared calendar that can be used to coordinate employee shifts or group schedules.
It can be accessed through OWA in the portal or directly through the user’s Outlook.
Your users will be able to tab between the different calendars they have, or see an integrated view of all occurring events.
If you have exported your Studio Cloud calendar to Outlook (see Export your Studio Cloud Calendar to Outlook 2007), you may want to change the refresh or update rate of the calendar.
The shorter the refresh rate, the more up-to-date your calendar will be.
Our original post showed you how to create a shared calendar in an Office 365 tenant that could be accessible by all staff members with an Office 365 mailbox.
We showed you how to create the calendar using a public folder, however, there are a handful of other options available – it just depends on your needs, and group size.
Sometimes I can remove the mailbox and re-add it and it starts working but not always.Now you’re all set up, let’s take a look at the calendar.As you can see above, the Group calendar will be placed alongside any other calendars the user has.Or is the download in the OST of Shared Calendars done on access basis only?1- If the user didn’t have cached mode enabled for Shared Folders, but already had 10 calendars configured on their profile, and then if later on we enable cached mode for Shared Folders, these 10 calendars will be “downloaded” onto the OST file when users access these only – not all at once.We’ve written about Office 365 Groups in the past, covering some more of basic features.