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    45 comments  ·  The new Outlook.com » Calendar  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Un-f'ing believable Microsoft. Rolling out a major change like this with no warning that completely breaks a perfectly working feature. The Family calendar just vanishes from iOS native Calendar app, Outlook desktop and Windows 10 Calendar app. How inept can you possibly be? Apparently extremely inept. Believe it or not, users actually rely on appointments showing up on all of these devices. MUST FIX ASAP!!

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    I ran into this problem 2+ years when using Outlook 2016 and haven't looked into it since. Fast forward to this week and I figured I try it out again thinking there's no way Microsoft doesn't have this working yet. Womp, womp, womp… Even with the latest Outlook 2019 it's still the same old problem. Pro tip for Microsoft - people who use Outlook desktop don't want to switch to Outlook for the Web (or Outlook Web App or OWA or whatever you're calling it this week) ever for anything. Just make it work in Outlook desktop already.

    And BTW, add the ability to disable the Family Calendar that is automatically created in an Outlook.com account.

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    Chris McFarling commented  · 

    So at some point a bunch of managers and engineers were in a meeting and they decided that allowing everyone in the organization to edit attachments by default was a good idea.

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