Add additional Calendars to the To-Do Bar
Add additional Calendars to the To-Do Bar.
Outlook 2016 only allows you to view the events located in your default calendar in your to-do bar. Having a feature to add multiple calendars overlapped in the to-do bar calendar would provide a better understanding of my daily schedule. One particular calendar I'd like to add to the to-do bar viewing is a shared calendar so using only categorize to filter is not a viable option.
Having a feature like this would allow for an easier way to view your schedule at a glance in the to-do bar.
MS, what are you waiting for to allow calendar overlay in the to-do bar ?
Brandon Kronstedt commented
Why do they continue to ignore something so freaking simple and frequently asked for?
The lack of this feature is driving me nucking futs every day.
This, and Microsoft's stubborn unwillingness to put a unified inbox into Outlook.
Absolutely disgraceful that such an obvious gap in functionality cannot be resolved after so many years
Count me in on this feature request. I use Puresoft's Outlook Todo Pane because it provides this feature, but unfortunately, it appears to cause Outlook 365 to become a bit unstable after running for several days, and the plugin in no longer supported. Thankfully, restarting Outlook resolves the instability issues, so as long as I restart Outlook every day or two, it remains stable.
This feature would be awesome as an executive assistant.
Morgan Quinn commented
Yeah, the suggestion of using calendar categories is woefully ignorant of how people use calendars in 2019. I have multiple shared calendars for all the things going on in my life. Not being able to see upcoming tasks from all or a subset of those calendars based on my preference is hugely disruptive to the practicality of the to-do bar.
Agreed. I have been trying to figure out a workaround for this for our end users
I used to be able to view two months of full calendars from my email screen now I can only view one and I cannot make the font size large
Mehrere Kalender in der Aufgabenleiste
Several calendars in the task bar
Outlook-Aufgabenleiste zeigt leider nur einen Kalender mit den nächsten Terminen. Ich habe aber mehrere Konten in Outlook eingebunden mit mehreren Kalendern. Bitte in der Aufgabenleiste mehrere Kalender von mehreren Konten ermöglichen.
Unfortunately, Outlook task bar only shows a calendar with the next appointments. But I have several accounts in Outlook integrated with multiple calendars. Please allow multiple calendars from multiple accounts in the To-Do Bar.
DOES THE MICROSOFT EVEN CARE???
Hello, I will be glad to use two calendars in (ToDo Bar).
Please insert this option in outlook client app.
Vitally necessary feature. So many apps create separate calendars, we need to be able to fully integrate them with Outlook.
Please allow overlay of mutliple calendars in to-do view PLEASE!!!
James Beatty commented
I can overlay calendars in calendar view but the 'to do bar' with its listing of upcoming events is a preferred useful alternative...only displaying a single calendar practically cripples the usefulness of it.
Randy Nordell commented
Yes, allowing multiple calendars in the To-do pane where events from both (or more) calendars display in the list of events is a necessary feature. It is very restricting to have only one calendar's events displayed in this pane.
Please add this feature.
Please, please add a multiple calendar view to the To-do pane.
What is the reasoning for not allowing more than one calendar in the To-Do window? Without having multiple calendars, it renders it almost useless.
Harsha Bopuri commented
Not sure how Microsoft is taking it easy for years now. They gotta be serious on this.
Chris Gersch commented
This suggestion has been made hundreds (if not thousands) of times before under different headings.
I've just discovered that the ToDo view only supports one calendar, and all the calls fix this oversight going back many years. Microsoft have really dropped the ball on this one.
In 2019, there's no excuse to still be running beta features! Please fix this. Outlook should concentrate on being feature complete and stable rather than getting constant cosmetic refreshes.