Teams needs a REAL Calendar!
Would love to have a Calendar to allow those in the same team to view each other's availability and whereabouts. Would make it a lot easier to create appointments/meetings.
The calendar could be a tab in a channel (so then you could have multiple calendars in one team) or could be an icon on the left app bar, instead of "Meetings" which is helpful to no one.
Could also be helpful to add a way for us to add a SharePoint Team calendar.
Sorry for the delay on an update on this one! I’m hunting down the status for you and will update once I have it.
Also, if you are interested in participating in testing or surveys for this, just tweet me at @skprufo.
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This would be really handy. We had the idea of inserting a calendar within Teams, just for the Teams activity. We thought it would be an easy, basic function. We started just after lunch, and now it's 3.30 and we've gone nowhere with any of the workarounds.
If only there was an easy way of at least un-hiding the O365 Group that the Team is built on, we'd have this sorted ages ago.
Please progress this feature!
greyshirt guy commented
Would love to hear an update on this one!
Todd Edwards commented
Can we please get a month view in the calendar, as being able to only see a week at a time is very frustrating
This would be an excellent way of seeing who is working on a particular day so groups of relevant people can be messaged or tagged in posts
Please add this feature.
If this included multiple calendars, I'm on board!
P J commented
I have imported the SharePoint calendar to Teams via the "website" tab, but it doesn't automatically refresh, so unless you manually refresh the page or re-open it, you have no idea a meeting has been added. I'd like to get my users onto Teams, but not without a real-time calendar setup.
Yes please move faster on this one. It is a high demand from our client and users for Teams.
@Whoever is working on this, PLEASE go ahead. This is a massive flaw (speaking very friendly) in the design that a TEAMs calendar was not part of the initial design.
How can you do a project without at leat one proper and flexible calendar? How can you organize a team in TEAMS without a calendar?
And, seeing the speed of the development of highly requested features, also for Microsoft itself this would be needed
Hello, Would you be adding a Sharepoint Calendar to Teams, or the Group calendar?
Harry Plumtree commented
Is there any more on this?
HI, we do this by creating the Team calendar in the MS Teams associated SharePoint site. Once created grab the URL for the calendar page. Return to MS Teams, select the channel that you want the calendar posted to, select +, select website, name your calendar, paste the URL and save. Done :)
James Emanuelli commented
I think we are due another update on this one. the meeting app is great and fits in well with meeting room equipment but a full calendar and ability to see shared and schedule is hugely needed to pull outlook, onenote and planner together.
Daniel-Markus Meyer commented
Come on guys! how long we still have to wait for the calendar in Teams? And drop the unnecessary meetings App, please.
Jay M commented
Teams really really really really needs and easy way to show and use the underlying group calendar, the web url link work around is a ridiculous "solution" calendar should be a selection in Tabs. And to go along with this a separate calendar for each channel option is also a feature that should exist by now. These missing features are killing our adoption of Teams,
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Rae Jobst commented
Looking forward to an update on this
Ken Pilkins commented
Also be sure to allow guest users the ability to interact with this calendar.
Still need guest user search!
NEED THIS! MS Teams is an enterprise productivity tool with no way easy way for Teams to have a shared calendar. Come on guys! In our environment it is even more important that Wiki. Yet we get Wiki but no Calendar for a team that is on production side of things.