Sync device calendar with Outlook mobile calendar
Tonya Merkle commented
compatibility with external calendar apps
Why is this a feature request? This should have been an accepted bug the first day the app was released
Shame on the deciders (or rather blockers) @microsoft!
- almost 6 years ago this bug was named here
- almost 3 years ago you pretended to work on it!
Assi Avisror-Maimon commented
background sync android/ iphone calander
Tim Moore commented
This is nuts, how is this not a thing already?
Microsoft are using Android in their own devices now and STILL not supporting this feature?!
Ulrika Brandt commented
Make the calendar user friendly. And why not continue with the mail and the crm?
Johanna Peters commented
Yes please sync my outlook calendar with my Samsung system calendar (which favours gmail). have added outlook but it never syncs
Benjamin Ackermann commented
I miss good view options with swipe functions zo easily and fast checking my calendar.
Gowtham Kethineedi commented
2-way sync with local Samsung calendar, ability to show availability considering free time in both calendars combined.
Sathiskumar Nadrasan commented
Outlook Calendar Sync with Device Calendar
Has this just gone live?! https://mspoweruser.com/microsoft-outlook-for-android-synch-events/ Calendar event sync – Do you want to sync events between Outlook and other calendars on your Android device? Outlook for Android now supports two-way calendar synchronization for Microsoft 365, Office 365, and Outlook.com accounts. Events created in other calendar apps (Samsung Calendar, Google Calendar, and so on) can now be viewed and edited from Outlook Mobile and vice versa.
Wedahl Daniel commented
I have outlook moblie app privat and at work. but I can't ONLY get the work calendar to my privet outlook app. I don't want the work mail, just the calendar. so I only need one calender to keep track of not two. but the work mail getts added as well so when you are in outlook app mail show all mail
the work mail is taking all space. I have much more work mail then private mail.
OK, we have a Surface DUO now. This is a MS productivity device, with O365 essentially built in stock, and I can't effectively use Outlook. If this is an Android limitation/restriction it is the wrong OS to have based this on. If I get an appoint in e-mail I need it to update my Outlook calendar, not Google. If I ask my Assistant (which is stuck with Google) via my Surface earbuds, what my next appointment is, I need it to look at Outlook, not tell me there is nothing on my Google calendar. My Android wear smartwatch needs to have my next Outlook appointments. MS, you need to fix this, or I have a $1500 Android phone, not a MS Surface device. If you want us to move our lives to Google services to effectively use the DUO, let us know. We can move to G-Suite.
Tuttle, Angela R. commented
Once an email has been checked on one device, sync should recognize this & it should show up as "read" on the other device. My simple email syncing app that came pre-loaded on my galaxy does this well with my personal email acct; technology that I would expect from something bigger, such as Outlook, rather than this small, unknown-maker app.
Ditendr Tamang commented
I can't believe this valid feature request is still open after 5 years. Why do we have some tool like user voice if features get pushed back like this?
JL Jeffers commented
The business world operates using Microsoft products! It's not acceptable that I can't access outlook with built in AI. Don't force me to use a different/ less robust calendar. Thanks!
Ken Brumfield commented
it would be nice to be able to use the functionality of the device to manage my calendar. I. e. use travel app to add calendar item to outlook.
Carryne Latada commented
Same here. The Outlook widget is taking to much space for the bit of information it shows. Please integrate Outlook agenfda either in the device calendar or make the widget much more customizable
Anton Koler commented
I'd like to suggest to populate or sync calendar events from Outlook Android app to/with the phone's default calendar, e.g. Samsung calendar. This would allow user of Outlook, who don't like to use several mailing apps in parallel for the same purpose, to get events displayed on Always on display in Galaxy Smartphones.