View shared calendar information for team members to find optimal times to schedule meetings -- not just based on availability, but based on your colleagues' other meetings and appointments. WIth the Calendar displayed, choose Open Shared Calendar on the Home tab of the ribbon to find and open another user's shared calendar. With your own calendar selected, choose Calendar permissions to specify how your calendar should be shared, and with whom.
- [Voiceover] My work life…has a fair amount of independence,…but it also has some interdependence,…times that I need to take…other people's schedules into account.…Not just are they available for a meeting,…but if I put this meeting on Wednesday, June eighth,…is that the right time for them,…or would they prefer to have that meeting…after another meeting that would provide…information that they need?…I need to know my context,…but I also need to know the context…of the other people on my team,…the colleagues that I work with collaboratively.…
And one of the things that I can do…is open another user's calendar…that they have shared with me,…so that I can see what's going on in their work life.…Before I start by scheduling a meeting…in an open time for me,…I can target it to their calendar as well.…In the Calendar simply click Open Shared Calendar,…I'm going to search for a person,…and the person I'm searching for is Tammy,…she's the only Tammy that we have,…easy for me to find her,…I click Open.…It checked her permissions, very quickly,…
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