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.
Make time slot 'height' (size) (time span) User definable so that could show in 12 lines 12 hours then click for details
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Erik Olsson commented
Any progress on this disclosed during Microsoft Ignite? Keep up the good work
Debbie Allen commented
Would love to be able to use multiple calendars within Teams! Push push push!
Ashley Barnett commented
This will be a huge bonus that will better align functionality in Teams versus having to toggle back and forth between Outlook. Looking forward to this update being pushed!
Is there someone working on this?
please continue to work on this
Jesse Walter commented
-To add a group calendar to Teams, we need to acquire the Calendar URL first. Log into the Outlook Web App
-Select the Group you want the calendar for:
-After the Group mailbox loads, click “Calendar”:
-Copy the URL from your browser (make sure you see “/group/GROUPNAME @ domain/calendar”):
-Add a new tab within a Channel in Teams:
-Add a name and the URL you copied from the Outlook Web App:
-Sign in to Microsoft when prompted. This tab will now take you to the Group Calendar for the group you’ve selected. Just be aware that you’ll need to sign in to your own Microsoft Portal account to display the group calendar.:
Hope this is useful to you
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Pistle Jumbo commented
Select the Group you want the calendar for,
After the Group mailbox loads, click “Calendar”
Copy the URL from your browser (make sure you see “/group/GROUPNAME@domain/calendar”)
Add a new tab within a Channel in Teams
Add a name and the URL you copied from the Outlook Web App
I hope this will help to resolve your issue.
DeAngelo Armstrong commented
Please add a calendar i would be very helpful
The sooner this is introduced the better. Please update us.
A calendar functionality would be extremely beneficial for my team as well. Sooner the better please.
Please add this, Last message is Fev
Jassim Al rahma commented
You should also allow autocomplete because currently we have to write the same email every time, at least if the email is already exists in the organization or in contacts (if external) it should automatically determine the email when typing
Jassim Al rahma commented
Also please add agenda view
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Any progress in the past 6 months?
I would like to see this very Calendar integration on a Team Dashbaord.
My Ideal would be as follows:
Instead of the General channel, I'd like a Dashbaord, and I'd ike to see the Team calendar displayed on the Dashboard, which dislayed upcoming Assignments due dates, Task/Todo updates, etc. Schedule meetings, etc. Just those specfic to that Team.
Another idea would be to have a dropdown menue available on the Calendar canvas, where I could select which Team's calendar I want to see.
The "overview" could show me all Teams that I'm a part of + personal scheduling, as it is now.
If I looked at your to-do list, various commenters, would I see every 'basic feature' done? Have you cleaned behind your toilet? Did you remember to exercise? Have you called your mom? Did you floss? These are basic features, people, way to slack on life.
Are any of us commenters IT systems admins/support techs? Do you have any unfinished tickets? Is your job list empty? Can you find a 'basic feature' that you haven't done yet in your own queue? Way to slack off your job.
Clearly just because something's basic doesn't mean it can necessarily happen right now. There's a queue. I agree this feature is needed. So do lots of people. But there are a lot of other features getting done as well. There's other ways to say we wish this would be done soon. I have things on my list from years ago too. They've not been as important as other things. Sorry, world.
It's been years, Microsoft. Way to slack (pun intended) on including an extremely basic feature. Keep pushing your marketing garbage; typical of M$ to be all marketing and very little product value.