Usually, there is a much better way to do this but often the option to do so isn’t easily discoverable or you might not have been aware that Outlook could do it in the first place.
In the Calendar, “Overlay Mode” is such a hidden gem by which you can solve the above issue with ease.
To maintain my overview, I currently copy their content to a separate combined calendar.
Obviously, this is quite error prone and cumbersome.
I saw the event time move two hours earlier to the new time. --and even worse, I have regularly "mass exported" lots of events to get updated times.
So i cannot tell which version of my events my attendees have!
I’ve been granted delegate access to the Calendar folder of my manager.
He uses various color coded categories for his appointments.
For acceptable performance, always use Outlook in cached mode For instructions on turning on cached mode for PC versions of Outlook, see the Microsoft article Turn on Cached Exchange Mode.
Mobile devices create the most problems They are best used for reference only.
You can download Office, which includes the desktop version of Outlook from our Office 365 Pro Plus page.
Links for instructions on configuring the desktop version of Outlook are available on our email client configuration page.
Is there any way to automate this process or a better way to create a single merged Calendar?