Kimsan Song <kimsansong@...>
There was a thread several moons ago about using the light bersion of
outlook web and 365. I returned to work this past week and I found a
tech guy who made the changes that a person recommended I do. I'm
sorry, but I don't remember who it was. Using the keyboard, I
couldn't get to where I needed to be, and if/when I did get there, my
computer froze. Anyways, like I said, he got everything up and
running, so I'm a happy camper and am able to check my work email from
Here's my calendar question.
How can I share my calendar with my boss, so I don't have to send
excel documents of my summaries daily to her.
I found these instructions on the web but lol, I'm stuck on step 1.
You can share your calendar with people in your organization.
list of 6 items
1. Sign in to Outlook Web App. If you're using Office 365, sign in to
the Office 365 portal. Click Calendar > Share.
Share button at top of calendar window (I searched for the word share,
link, button no share was found)
2. Type the name or email address of the person you want to share
your calendar with in the Share with box. This box works like the To
box in an email
message. You can add more than one person to share your calendar with.
Send button to share your calendar in Outlook Web App.
3. After you add who you want to share your calendar with, choose how
much information you want them to see. Full details show the time,
and other details of all items in your calendar. Limited details show
the time, subject, and location, but no other information.
Availability only shows
the time of items on your calendar and no other details.
You can also give someone permission to edit your calendar by choosing
Editor or Delegate. An editor can edit your calendar. A delegate can
edit your calendar,
and can send and respond to meeting requests on your behalf. For more
information about editor and delegate access, see
Calendar Delegation in Outlook Web App.
4. You can edit the Subject if you want.
5. By default, your primary calendar is shared. If you created other
calendars, you can select one of them to share instead.
6. After you finish adding people to share with, setting their access
levels, and choosing which calendar to share with them, choose Send.
If you decide
not to share your calendar right now, choose Discard.
Note If you share a calendar—such as a project calendar that you
added to your account—other than your primary calendar you can give
for Full details or Editor access to that calendar.
Each person in your organization that you share your calendar with is
sent an invitation in an email message telling them that you've shared
The invitation has two buttons-one to add your calendar to the
recipient's calendar view, and one for the recipient to share their
calendar with you. Your
email message. The invitation also includes a URL that can be used to
access the calendar.
Add Calendar button when you receive calendar sharing invitation.
The calendar displays under People's calendars.
Calendars shared with you display under People's Calendars.
Note Calendar items marked Private are protected. Most people you
share your calendar with see only the time of items marked Private,
and not the subject,
location, or other details. The only exception to this is that you can
give a delegate permission to see the details of items marked Private.