We are actively working on showing the group calendars to show the group by default in Outlook desktop. In the meantime, as it was mentioned in the thread by others, the workaround is to add the group as a favorite, and you can view the calendar side by side in the group.
21 votesWim commented
...added to this. Shared Mailboxes are no O365 users, treating them so including the ability to reset passwords etc. is quiet confusing. Shared mailboxes should be removed from any "active users" view in Admin center.
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Fully agree. This is not an issues with SharePoint, also with Exchange the same happens for each mailbox. Currently only (personal) mailboxes can be configured, meaning any shared mailbox is still hooked to some time/zone settings. It should be someway hooked to an organization "template" or policy, better to allow regions hooked to for example organization groups, or zone settings on the device. Today for Exchange mailboxes we need to run separate PowerShell command's once people are created through the Admin portal.
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