Start calendar week on monday (or allow setting)
Using the desktopversion, when I want to plan a meeting, my weeks start on Sunday. I'm used to weeks starting on Monday, so I spent half an hour planning (and replanning) meetings.
Like many other users, i am working in the Gulf and would like to see the working week Sunday to Thursday.
This should be a standard option.
I am from The Netherlands but always set my language to English (US) for better troubleshooting searching. In this language, the weekday indeed begins on a Sunday. But when I change my language settings to Dutch, the weekday starts on a Monday.
I would very much like to be able to control the first day of the week outside the language settings.
Per O Gogstad commented
In the Middle East the official week start is Saturday, and it is surprising that this cannot be configured in Teams
Please, all you would have to do is match the system settings, that way it will just match all of your other apps. (On macOS, anyway.)
Matt Rhodes commented
This setting is available in Outlook, and it is extremely discombobulating trying to switch between the two views of the week.
Timothy Briley commented
For some of you, switching the Teams calendar view from "Week" to "Work week" will do what you need. For the rest of you...it is kind of stunning that 2.5 years later, this hasn't been resolved.
week start day behaviour should be sync with outlook.
it is shame on microsoft to not take into account other countries regional prefrences, it seems that it is designed only for US users, but Teams sold throughout all the world. i do not understand this logic
I agree with all that is being said. I find the Teams calendar starting on Sunday very frustrating when I am able to customise this in Outlook. It is also frustrating, when adding meetings, that the dating convention is set to the US month / day / year when most people outside the US use the more logical day / month / year convention. Please consider those who really want to use Teams but don't live and work in the US.
Yasir Elsharif commented
Allow setting. our work weekbstarts om Sunday.
I work in an Arabic country, without speaking Arabic, so the only option to schedule recurring meetings for weekdays is to manually delete all the weekend entries.
This is absolutely frustrating, this is not Windows 95 anymore..
Kati B. commented
Is there any way to update the default work hours in Teams? Both of my Outlook calendars are set as they should be, but that information does not translate into Teams. Would be great for others to see when I am available, which is outside of the 8-4 standard set in Teams.
If your organisation allows it: Go to Settings and change App language to English (United Kingdom). Or to your language of choice, and see if that gives you the time, date and calendar format you like.
Being able to customize the Calendar in Teams is a needed feature
Danny Riess commented
I agree with the below, there should be an option to start the calendar on any day, not just Monday.
... living in a gulf (muslim) country is making a workweek starting on Sunday (or even Saturday) and ending on Thursday not a wish but a must. Pls get this done as implemented in outlook and O365 - kind of basics in the 21st century... :-) Many thanks
I need to have my week calendar starting on sunday like in outlook
Chris Enright commented
Please have a setting that allows the user to decide whether the week starts with a Monday or a Sunday. Also a setting that allows the user to select which days are displayed as the Work Week.
Wael Shawkat commented
Since MS Teams is used globally, Please provide the ability to to customize the recurring "Daily Calendar Meeting" Schedule, as weekdays are different according to organization and countries.
the only available option is Mon-Fri while we work Sun-Thu.
Yuval Lorig commented
Extremely important, we work from Israel where the work week is Sun-Thu but teams is showing Mon-Fri. Outlook is completely configured for that, and due to the Corona time we have substantially change our workload for teams and this design bug is preventing from adopting it.