However, I added the following requirements a couple days ago where a Share Point user with full control privileges wanted to display the content of her Outlook calendar to a Share Point calendar.
I assumed that this task would be a matter of a one click again. In fact, her team was using that Outlook calendar to update information and events.
It is displayed as an additional calendar next to your default calendar in Side-By-Side Calendar view, but you can clear the check boxes for any other calendars that you do not want to view.
Share Point calendars can be set up so that people can add calendar items by sending email, if your site and calendar are enabled to receive content by email.
Depending on your needs, you can choose which calendars you want to work with: a single calendar from a Share Point site, multiple Share Point calendars (if you have them), or Outlook calendars.
If your team stores its project schedules, conferences, or vacations on a Share Point calendar, you can view the team calendar simultaneously with your personal calendar and check for conflicts.
There are several ways to view and update a calendar on a Share Point site by using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007.
Outlook 2016 allows access to Conversations, Calendar, Files and Notebook.
We use Outlook to schedule meetings, but we want scheduled events and meetings and training to show on the Calendar in Share Point.
So when there is a meeting, I create it in my personal Outlook calendar and then copy it to the Share Point calendar that shows in Outlook.
You can overlay a Share Point calendar with Outlook calendars or with other Share Point calendars so that you can see all events at one time.
By default, the Share Point calendar opens in Calendar view under Other Calendars in the Navigation Pane.
When you connect a Share Point calendar to Outlook 2007, it appears under Other Calendars with your calendar folders.