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Byron Stuart

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    4 comments  ·  Microsoft 365 Groups  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Byron Stuart commented  · 

    YES! Please do this. This functionality existed in the old OWA, but disappeared with Office 365. There should be a way to see an individual group calendar (and share it) as the group, itself, not as an O365 user.

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    Byron Stuart commented  · 

    I also agree that we need the ability to share the calendar publicly, which also requires the ability to independently set permissions for the calendar vs the group.

    Currently, the group calendar is private to the group regardless of whether or not the group itself is public. In other words, when a group is private, it makes sense to default the group calendar to private viewing only, but there are many cases where you want to make the group calendar public, so anyone can see the event details (read only), but only group members can create/edit/delete the events. I expect that either 1) the calendar in a public group is also public (just like SharePoint content for the public group), or I at least have the ability to share the calendar publicly (iCal URL).

    Ideally, all Outlook calendars, including group calendars, are shareable via an iCal URL, but also there should be a way to make the group calendar public/private independently of the group's overall public/private setting.

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