Public Notifications for Shared Calendars in Outlook for Windows
Sharing calendars has always been a great way to keep track of events and appointments, especially for teams and organizations. Microsoft Exchange has long provided the ability to share calendars, but the process of setting up and managing the sharing can be complex and time-consuming.
Introducing Public Notifications
Microsoft has recently introduced a new feature in Outlook for Windows: Public Notifications. This feature simplifies the process of sharing calendars, allowing users to easily share their calendar with anyone that has access to their Outlook account.
When a user shares a calendar using Public Notifications, the user will receive a notification when someone adds or updates an event on the calendar. The user can then choose to accept or reject the changes.
How to Enable Public Notifications in Outlook for Windows
Enabling Public Notifications in Outlook for Windows is simple. Follow these steps:
Step 1: Open the Outlook for Windows app.
Step 2: Select the “Calendar” tab.
Step 3: Click the “Share” button.
Step 4: Select the “Public Notifications” option.
Step 5: Enter the email address of the person you want to share your calendar with.
Step 6: Click the “Send” button.
Managing Shared Calendars in Outlook for Windows
Once the calendar has been shared, you can manage the settings for the calendar by selecting the “Manage” option from the “Share” button. This will open a window with a list of all the people who have access to the shared calendar.
From this window, you can add or remove users from the calendar, as well as manage the permissions for each user. You can also manage the notifications that the users receive when someone adds or updates an event on the calendar.
Public Notifications for Shared Calendars in Outlook for Windows is a great way to simplify the process of sharing calendars with friends, family, and colleagues. It is easy to set up and manage, and it allows users to quickly and easily share their calendars with anyone that has access to their Outlook account.
Outlook for Windows Shared Calendar Public Notifications