An error occurred while saving the commentBoris commented
Total agreement here. I have (with great efficiency) used multiple work domains (including subfolders I have established under my main calendar folder, for things like kid schedules and volunteer time, so I know I'm balancing life properly). I've done this for at least 5 years now, I htink. On top of that, I myself (putting aside anyone else's) have 3 organizations where I have an oversight/leadership role. I maintain these multiple calendars in OL by simply checkboxing an additional one, overlaying them, and I have a fantastic single view of life, with easy ability to click.
I believe this is a tenancy issue that has plagued Teams generally, where you have to switch between tenants, rather than have them all reside in one interface. Definitely the one main drawback of Teams, and I've heard all sorts of crazy workarounds people do (multiple browsers, in addition to desktop app running, private windows WITHIN those browsers to allow yet another logon). All crazy ideas that have had to be implemented bc a seemingly existing MS functionality (as noted, OL has this already) hasn't been translated into Teams. Even if the Sharepoint capabilities were still limited (meaning, you still had to switch between orgs to see the full Teams functionality), seems like using the calendar portion in a way that reflects OL client (where you can add multiple accounts, and have the UI reflect a singular view of them) would be the most straightforward starting point for getting this embedded into Teams. Again, you can always replace it with how the multi-tenant solution develops for SP...but for now, give us SUMTHIN'! :)
With that said, I'll applaud the Teams folks in that they have VERY aggressively expanded this from where it was even a year ago. I also love how they basically sold into education so quickly, to get *********** into that ecosystem.