Millions of businesses worldwide use Microsoft Outlook, preferring the free web-based email and calendar service over its many competitors. Outlook also offers tasks and contacts management capabilities, among other nifty features that will help you work smarter and boost your efficiency.
Do you want to remind or update your team of company-related activities? An easy way to do this is by marking the activity on your Outlook calendar and sharing it with your colleagues. The following steps will let you do just that.
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If you have Microsoft 365 or another email service based on Microsoft Exchange Online, follow these steps to share your calendar:
Open the Calendar by clicking on the calendar icon at the bottom of the page.
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