Shared Calendar

How do I share my Office 365 calendar with someone inside or outside of my organization?

You can use the Outlook for the web to publish your calendar so that others outside of your organization can see when you are busy.  Create URLs that will allow people outside your organization to view your calendar online. One URL lets the recipient subscribe to your calendar by using Outlook or Outlook for the web, and the other lets the recipient view your calendar in a web browser. You...

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Why can I no longer see meeting details on a calendar that has been shared with me?

If you were able to see details on the calendar before you migrated, it is possible that you are trying to access a mailbox that has not yet been moved to Office 365 Email & Calendar. We try to migrate groups and shared accounts at the same time, but sometimes we miss an account or can't move everyone on the same day. 

If you know the mailbox has already been migrated, please try the following:...

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Why is Outlook continually prompting me for credentials?

If you have permissions to a calendar for someone who has not yet migrated, or vice-versa, you both may get continually prompted to re-enter your credentials. You'll need to remove any permissions for that person or have them remove your permissions until you're both on Office 365 Email & Calendar. Free/Busy information will still be available to both of you in the meantime.

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