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Show Group Calendar when Opening Outlook

Details

This functionality is not available in all versions of Outlook. Access to group calendars is described below.

In Outlook 2016 (Windows)

  1. Locate the group that you would like to display the calendar for. Scroll to just beneath your own personal mail folders. You should see a section labeled, Groups. Right-click on the group that you are a member of and choose Add to favorites...
  2. Once the name of the group appears as one of your Favorites (at the top of your mail pane), click the group and then on the calendar button within the ribbon. A new calendar window opens with the group calendar showing.
  3. To view this calendar alongside other calendars, click the checkbox of other calendars that you can bring into your calendar view.

In Office 365 (via bwa.dartmouth.edu)

  1. With Office 365 on the web open to the Mail application, locate the group that you would like to display the calendar for by scrolling to just beneath your own personal mail folders. You should see a section labeled, Groups.
  2. Click the group from there and then the calendar button within the ribbon. The calendar window opens with both your own and the group calendar showing.
  3. To remove you calendar from this view, click the calendar icon for your calendar.
  4. To add additional calendars to this view, click the calendar icon for those calendars.

In Outlook 2016 (Macintosh)

This functionality is not available at this writing. While you can see group conversations, there is no ability to access group calendars currently.

Topic: 
Email, Communication and Collaboration
Subtopic: 
Email/Exchange
Last updated: 
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
Meta: 
O365 view always upon email e-mail

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