Include Office 365 group calendar in teams
It would be good to be able to click on a calendar button on the left hand side to get a view of the Office 365 groups calendar as you would in the calendar app. Good for being able to look and get a glimpse of what is coming up with the group. At the moment I have to go back to the calendar to look at it.
Group Calendar is a priority for the team, and the feature team is continuing work on it. You’ll start to see some incremental improvements. We look forward to sharing more details and timeframes soon.
The calendar needs to sync between teams and outlook, please!!!
Nicola Heffernan commented
Another vote for a group calendar please, with an option similar to Outlook Shared calendars - where you can add the calendars of specific people from the group address book.
Marco Harrington commented
yeah it is really important, hope we gonna get it as soon as possible.
Could we enable guest to view the channel calendar? My company uses the calendar with externa guest users to collaborate and set project due dates.
Please can we have a Teams calendar that can show when members are on leave/absent, not just for meetings soon.
James Gadsby commented
Hi @Alex! Just checking on progress update on this one also. Thanks!
Add this to the Government tenant also. Please!
Sheridan Buckland commented
We need this ASAP for our company
This is a very needful thing and should to be done asap by your team.
Joe N. commented
How can this still be unavailable after four years?? It's a critical need for any group to be able to see the group calendar, not just a channel calendar--particularly since channel calendars do not show group events. So another approach to developing the group calendar would be to have the channel calendars include events that are in the group calendar.
When is it possible to add vacation time in Teams channal calender, and NOT send invite to all members.
And when will it be possible to have werbinar meeting as an option in the Teams channel calender?
please keep trying...I have found the workaround to set up a tabbed link to a group calendar, but the permissions for my personal calendar are some how linked to the group calendar...I would like to keep my personal calendar as busy only, while a group calendar would need to show specifics.
Can I set up a group calendar that does not reside under my user, but rather under my company?
Alexander Tolivaisa commented
So I guess we can only see multiple calendars in the scheduling assistant only.
WOW, another project work for 4 years on Teams.
Looking for updates here. Is our voice actually heard?
Christopher Bensch commented
the difference between channel & Group calender is hard to explain and usage is really not ****. Please, please add the 365 Group calender to MS Teams, it will make it much easier for everyone to work with teams. THX!
Lars Schorling commented
Alternatively there is actually a 3.party solution called OnTime Group Calendar that is 100% based on your organisasion's Exchange/O365 calendars, but integrates directly into MS Teams and MS Teams Mobile.
Should this be of interest to you, here is a link: https://ontimesuite.com/en/ms/product/ms-teams
Przemek Malik commented
And it would be also cool if that group calendar would be visible in Outlook App not only on Outlook Web (or I'm missing something but in my case group calendar isn't visible in Outlook App).
Add mobile support in the teams app for the group calendar too. It doesn't even show up when you click "more" to see tabs.......Even if it was view only, it would be helpful.
E Robillard (MVP Reconnect) commented
This comes up in training with most every client. There were once community projects (apps) to support this but those have quietly disappeared. Channel Calendar is new (Jan 2021) but intended to manage meetings, and not vacations, milestones and deadlines. For clients who standardize on Zoom for videoconferencing, you can guess that a Teams Meeting manager goes over like a f@rt in a car. What 21,463 companies need and are asking for is a Group Calendar to appear as a tab. Please and thanks.