Create and Edit Recurring Events in Calendar
Thank you all for your patience! The ability to add and edit recurring events is now available for many account types, you can also edit or delete a single event or occurrence out of a series. If your email account supports creating events, you will be given the option to create them from your Outlook calendar on iOS/Android. If you are unsure whether or not your account supports recurring events on mobile platforms please contact your email provider or our in app support team.
All the best
The Outlook Mobile Team
PS: For support, our agents can be found inside the app at Settings> Help & Feedback> Contact support.
I do not see a way to repeat an event when it is created from the app.
Justin P commented
I put things in my calendar all the time and delete them, just want to save a step.
Johny Mnemonic commented
Add the ability to edit repeated events in the calendar. It is possible to edit one-time events, but there is no such possibility to do with repeated ones.
Christ de Louw commented
i can delete but not edit. please enable full editing
Cindy Swain commented
Update app to "delete this and FUTURE EVENTS" on MS Exchange.
Not acceptable. As a 365 subscriber appatently Im only going to be eligible if I pay MS more money for a different version.
Im in the "doesnt support editing recurrent events on a mobile platform." and Im using Outlook. Also Outlook Mobile keeps shutting off my IMAP accounts which I use for work. Expecting me while Im out in the community to use my desktop is ludicrous as is your limit on emails/per day
My next upgrade will be a switch to all Apple products.
Dustin Morris commented
I still cannot edit an event's repetition after I've created it without having to recreate that event from scratch.
Annie Hollibaugh commented
calendar event reaccurance option
Stephanie Beckett commented
Allow us to change recurrence (and it actually does change the pattern of the future events) or delete all future events without deleting past events. And except for deleting all, never deletes edited events in a series but keeps them for records of where I've been for my own record-keeping purposes. Ability to search at least 6 months in the past so I can see the last time I went to the cardiologist, etc.
at the moment I cannot delete or edit in any way recurrent occasions in my Calendar. Can the editing function be enhanced please?
if I have a class or a meeting that happens, for example, every week at the same time, can't I create it on my calendar and then set a reoccurance (i.e.) weekly, every other week; 2nd Tuesday,etc.
In the desktop, I can create appointments and meetings and set them to be recurring. You can't do that in the mobile (Droid) app.
A link to a how to would be nice.... Doesn't seem to show up on my Hotmail account, but it works from my old msft phone....
Not possible to edit recurring events created on PC (Exchange Account). Not possible to decline single appointment of recurring event.
Will this be ever fixed?
Johnson, Steven [USA] commented
Current configuration makes every recurring notification to continue to persist until 15 minutes after it starts. If I clear the notification it pops back up every minute until 15 minutes after the start time. It then pops back up to tell me it ended and won't clear until 15 minutes aftet it ends. This is, quite simply, stupid. I would submit almost no one cares. This should not be the default setting.
Eddie Miller commented
if you turn on or off skype meetings urls continue to create. there should only be one created.
Christian Hirsch commented
Create recurring appointments in the calendar. Enter an appointment then enter the time, the Span, the days and the rhythm of the repetition (every week, every two weeks, etc.). would be a great idea. The calendar of Huawei can do that.
Mark Lelliott commented
Repeating calender .
there is no way to edit events that repeats on the app, only in the computer. that sucks
It is currently not possible to create and edit recurring events in the app when you have a Microsoft Exchange account (which is the case for many organisations)