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There are many skeptics who believe it's impossible to share your Office 365 calendar with your Google calendar. But skeptics certainly aren't the most optimistic, and these particular skeptics definitely aren't the best researchers, because it is possible.

Below, you'll find directions that will help you sync both calendars in order to bring more visibility to your schedule. 


The Steps

  1. Log into your Outlook Office 365 account
  2. Go to your Calendar tab
  3. Click Share
  4. Enter your gmail address
  5. Click Send
  6. Open your gmail
  7. Copy the link address ending in “reachcalendar.ics
  8. Open Google Calendar
  9. Under Other calendars, select Add by URL from the dropdown menu
  10. Paste .ics link
  11. Click Add Calendar
  12. Voilà

the Details

The process of sharing your Office 365 Calendar with your Google Calendar is just a few clicks away. First, open Office 365 and click the Calendar tab at the top. Then click the Gear icon in the upper right-hand corner and click Share from the dropdown menu. Next, type in your gmail address in the Share with field then click Send.

Photo showing how to share office 365 calendar. Go to the button that says share.

Now, Open your gmail and find the email that you just sent yourself. Find and copy the URL with "reachcalendar.ics" at the end then open Google calendarUnder Other calendars click Add by URL from the dropdown menu then paste the .ics link you just copied into the field. 

Finally, click Add calendar

And you're finished!

 

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