Shared Calendars for Outlook comes to the iPhone

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Outlook’s iPhone app is getting a fairly big feature today. Microsoft today rolled out a new update for the app on the App Store, adding support for Shared Calendars to the app. With Shared Calendars support, you will be able to share your personal calendar with other people, allowing them to view and even editor your calendar. Of course, if you don’t want others to be able to edit the calendar, you can change the permission right from the Mobile app.

Here’s the changelog for the update:

Shared Calendars are now available in Outlook. What this means for you:

  • See who you’re sharing your calendar with by tapping on the settings wheel next to your calendar’s name. You’ll also see the default permissions that others in your organisation have.
  • Share your calendar with other people, edit permissions or remove them without heading back to your computer.

The new Shared Calendars support on Outlook is now available to all users using emails, but it’s rolling out to Office 365 users as well. You can get the Outlook app for your iPhone here. 

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