How to allow others to edit your shared calendar in Outlook?
Allowing others to edit your shared calendar is a good way to adjust the appointment in order to suit for others agenda. With Microsoft Exchange server, you can not only easily share your Outlook calendar with others, but also can allow others to edit your shared calendar if you give them a permission. With this article, you can learn how to change your calendar settings for allowing others to edit your shared calendar.
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1. Go to the Calendar view first.
2. Right click on the Exchange calendar which you have already shared with others under My Calendars section, and then click Properties from the right-clicking menu. See screenshot:
3. In the Calendar Properties dialog box, you need to:
A. Go to the Permissions tab;
B. Select the user name which you will allow to edit your shared calendar under Name section.
C. Then select Editor from the Permission Level drop down list.
D. And finally click OK button to exit the dialog box. See screenshot:
Now your shared calendar can be edited by others which you have given them the editing permission in step 3.
Note: Your shared calendar will be synchronized automatically after it was edited by others.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agoQuestion- Someone has shared their calendar with me and we followed the steps above to grant editing permissions. However, his calendar still appears empty on my end (no appts.). Do you have a resolution for this? I have multiple calendars shared with me and his is the only one that does not update.
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To post as a guest, your comment is unpublished.· 1 years agothanks for this omg you are a saint