Google calendar sync please
Your native calendar widget is ugly. Either provide more choices or allow us to sync with Google calendar seamlessly instead of having to export entries and manually sending it to Google calendar.
Gabriel Smoljár commented
Outlook currently requires you to sign in to your Google account in the Outlook app to show Google Calendar events. It would be more seamless if the Outlook app could reuse the Google Account that is already added to the system, like the Samsung- and Google Calendar apps does.
This worked accurately during 2020, but has glitched since New Year's.
PUT IT BACK---yesterday already!
Taylor Rose commented
Shaffer, Marko commented
please contact me and I will provide screen shots if you like to see what I mean in more detail
Levi Burrows commented
Sync my outlook calendar to my Google calendar
Aaron Budnick commented
It's great that outlook can see other device calendars now but it still needs to make outlook calendars available to other calendaring apps and widgets. Also, associating a Google calendar with my work account should make that calendar available on any device I log in from
Lyss Murphey commented
My Outlook calendar can show my Google calendar appointments but Outlook does not update my Google Calendar. Therefore, my Samsung Galaxy watch does not get the appointment.
Andrew Beasley commented
Please do this ASAP because my organization mostly uses iPhones for our work devices, but wants to be able to use the native calendar app for the calendar. If Outlook can work with exchange native sync, then it should work in any email client.... Come on this is unacceptable
Fabrizio Salanitri commented
In the mobile app i can not add the google calendar, and i would like to synchronize it natively and in both way.
Burrell, Jelani R. (Student) commented
We should be able to sync events with Google Calendar and save documents/files to Google Drive. This should be for Android devices, Chrome and iOS as well.
Teemu Väistö commented
As it has been said in header. I want to see my outlook calendar events from my Google calendar so that outlook events will be automatically synchronized.
Pohran, Kathryn commented
sync with Google calendars widget, so that it can show as notification in calendar and on compatible watch devices!
Megan Gee commented
Google calendar needs access to the outlook calendar! I want to be able to see my appointments both personal and professional without needing 2 phones! we can't publish our calendars either.
Laura-Jean Goodsell commented
synch google calender
Gilles Galipeau Jr commented
I was wondering if you could add support for the Google Calendar Reminders?
Google Calendar Reminders are like tasks that can be created and scheduled, just like Events, in the Google calendar.
The problem: They do not show in the Outlook for Android app.
The solution: That feature would allow Outlook to be a one stop shop instead of having to use two calendar apps.
Please do not merge this idea with "https://outlook.uservoice.com/forums/293346-outlook-for-android/suggestions/36632614-better-calendar-reminders?tracking_code=5b26f182b098026beb6dea1e287ebcd1": This idea is about the Calendar Events Reminders which are different features.
Feel free to comment on this idea if you have any questions or require clarifications.
Bruce Arthur commented
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Also want it to sync to the "Calendar" widget in the "Glance" "page" in Microsoft Launcher 5.x and 6.x
Susan Amal commented
I have missing folders while using my tablet but appear on my phone lists, so can't sync between different sites or settings to use them. Not ok when needing to share information from email format to medical staff.
There was a feature request a couple of years ago that was exactly about this, but I can't find it.
I'd like to have the outlook calendar in my native device calendar, in my case Google Calendar, in the same manner the email app Nine does this.
The problem is that the outlook calendar is then divided from other accounts and smart watches only sync to the device calendar.
This shouldn't be such an issue for a company like Microsoft to do, especially because it means the user is still using the Outlook app, not some other application.
TomWindowsVista Fan commented