Switch to Outlook Calendar from G Suite Calendar

Outlook Calendar from G Suite Calendar

Switch to Outlook Calendar from G Suite Calendar

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Switch to Outlook Calendar from G Suite Calendar and start working together with these quick instructions on how to manage your calendar and schedule meetings using Outlook.

Note: Features and information in this guide apply to Outlook Calendar as available through Office 365.

Differences*

Features

Outlook

G Suite Calendar

View Calendar

  • Day

  • Work week

  • Week

  • Month

  • Selected range (desktop only)

  • Schedule view (desktop only)

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  • Day

  • Week

  • Month

  • 4 days

  • Selected range

  • Agenda

Schedule meetings

  • Busy/free times for invitees

  • Online meeting option

  • Room Finder

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  • Busy/free times for invitees

  • Online meeting option

Share calendars

  • Share within organization

  • Publish for outside access

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  • Share with G Suite Calendar users

  • Make public for others

Sharing permission levels

  • 10 levels and full access to all permissions in Outlook on the desktop

  • 5 levels in Outlook on the web

  • 2 levels (See all event details, See only free/busy)

Delegate access

Outlook on the web:

  • View meeting requests & responses:

    • Delegate only. Send me notifications.

    • Delegate only

    • Both my delegate and me

  • Let delegate view private events

Outlook on the desktop:

  • Reviewer (can read items)

  • Author (can read and create items)

  • Editor (can read, create, and modify items)

  • Let delegate view private events

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  • Make changes AND manage sharing

  • Make changes to events

  • See all event details

  • See only free/busy

Integrations

  • Add-ins (automate tasks)

  • Connectors (content and updates from other services, such as Twitter, GitHub, etc.) [Outlook on the web only]

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Mobile access

  • iOS

  • Android

  • Windows Phone

  • iOS

  • Android

  • Windows Phone (via mobile browser)

*Differences are based on G-Suite Basic Edition and Microsoft's Office 365 E3 plan as of May 2017.

For information on the differences between the desktop, online, and mobile versions of Outlook, see Compare Outlook 2016, Outlook on the web, and Outlook for iOS & Android.

For information on the differences between the Windows and Mac versions of Outlook, see Compare Outlook 2016 for Mac with Outlook 2016 for Windows.

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