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.
The team continues to make progress on this. We will share more details as we have them.
Is there any update? TIA
Mike Konopka commented
As with others, hoping to hear of an update.
Any updates on your response to "making progress". The last response was February 13th. Any progress since then...its nearly July. Hoping to be able 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.
Nicolas Farfan commented
Yes, please.... can we have an update?
Curtis Paul commented
Any update since February? This seems so simple. Just create a group calendar that gets added to every team by default!
Hope to see more about update news
Appreciate and thanks a lot
Angus Wong commented
just wanna ensure, it links with the calendar in Microsoft Outlook as well
P.S. however, this post has been here since 2016
Appreciate we have one small step and make huge different to all users
Appreciate and and thanks a lot
Please add this feature. With multiple Teams, I need to be able to manage this information via mobile in the same way I can on my desktop. I don't want to navigate 10 calendars, or create clutter by duplicating events into my calendar. This would be a tangible productivity improvement.
Alex Carlock commented
This came up and I'm amazed there isn't a good (or even decent) way of doing this. Using the https://outlook.office.com/calendar/group/[tenant].onmicrosoft.com/[teamname]/view/month OWA URL has some serious disadvantages: It defaults to overlaying my personal calendar with the Group calendar (adding clutter), other calendars are available on the left navigation (adding the possibility to switch and add/modify something on the wrong calendar), and you can't even tell which calendar is selected if the Team/Group is hidden from the Address Book. Make that link format open just that calendar, or add another flag to specify that it should just return that one calendar.
4 years and counting... how long did it take NASA take to go to the moon? A shared calendar in a collaboration application seems pretty much a no. 1 priority. We must be stupid or something to request such a feature, otherwise ms surely would have implemented it sooner right? Hmmm..
Steve McHargue commented
jeez, how long do we have to wait for one of the most basic features of working in a team - a shared calendar. How the **** did "Shifts" make it out the door before this essential feature.
I think you guys got distracted thinking the ****** work around of linking in a sharepoint web page with a calendar was some kind of solution. it isn't and never was.
Metal Trade Comax, a.s. commented
Pls, don't forget the possibility of integration with Outlook and transfer of categories (Vacation, Business trip, Sick day, Home office, etc ....)
We need to be able to add a tab with the team calendar that doesn't also show our individual calendars.
Mark Burland commented
Every community support channel recommends adding suggestions to Uservoice. This is great, but with issues such as this one I think the voice has been pretty loud and clear. I voted for this 3 years ago. Could we at least have a roadmap of when it may appear?
There have been many great additions to Teams in the last 12 weeks that have helped educators transition to distance learning, but this continues to be the most needed and anticipated update.
Steve McHargue commented
Working on it? On one of the most basic cornerstones of working in a team - knowing where people are and what milestones are on the horizon. Working on it for nearly 5 years?
how is the calendar going ?
Todd Edwards commented
Month view in the calendar! Please vote below, this is a major oversight by Microsoft. Almost every calendar across the world has a month view.