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  1. Private events from shared calendars does not show

    For over half a year at least this native Exchange feature hasn't worked in Office 365 on Outlook 2011 and 2016.

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  3. In meeting attendee's calendar, meeting time should show attendee's time zone instead of meeting organizer's time zone

    When attendee opens the meetings in the Calendar folder in Mac Outlook, the meeting time is shown in meeting organizer's time zone instead of the attendee's time zone.

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    Good news. Beginning in the March production release of Outlook for Mac (version 16.11), when viewing a meeting in a separate window, the start and time will be displayed in the attendee’s time zone instead of the organizer’s time zone. The organizer’s time zone will be displayed in an information bar below the meeting header.

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    Outlook for Mac team

  4. Time change bug

    There appears to be a bug with Outlook for Mac post time change. where time appears incorrectly in week view in calendar.

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    Good news. This bug has been addressed in the March production release of Outlook for Mac (version 16.11).

    The issue fixed was if the default time zone for your Mac observes daylight saving time (DST) and Week view is selected, you may see events shifted by one hour on the calendar grid for the week when DST starts.

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    Outlook for Mac team

  5. Add working week number option to calendars, as with Windows version

    Add working week number option to calendars, as with Windows version

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    Good news. Starting in the April production release of Outlook for Mac (version 16.12), week numbers are now displayed for month view and in the mini-calendar in the sidebar in addition to day, week, and work week views.

    Please refer to the release notes for more information:
    https://support.office.com/en-us/article/release-notes-for-office-2016-for-mac-ed2da564-6d53-4542-9954-7e3209681a41

    Thanks,
    Outlook for Mac team

  6. Dual time zone

    Allow views of dual time zones in the calendar view, similar to Outlook for PC.

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    Good news. Beginning in the March production release of Outlook for Mac (version 16.11), you can now view two time zones in the calendar grid. Go to Preferences > Calendar > Time zones to select the second time zone.

    Note: this feature is available via Office 365 subscription license activation.

    Please refer to the release notes article here:
    https://support.office.com/en-us/article/release-notes-for-office-2016-for-mac-ed2da564-6d53-4542-9954-7e3209681a41

    Thanks,
    Outlook for Mac team

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