To access another user's calendar within your organisation, you can use this process:
However, if you have not provided someone with permissions to your calendar, they will only be able to see "Free/Busy" information - this is the Office 365 default permission to protect user privacy.
There are two general usages here: view and edit:
- Reviewer - view access only
- Editor - Create, read, modify, and delete
If you need to configure view access to another user within your organisation/Office 365 account:
- Go to your calendar view in Outlook:
- In the Home tab of the Ribbon, under category Share, click on Calendar Permissions
- The window Calendar Properties comes up:
Default: determines what other Office 365 accounts within your organisation can see if they add your calendar.
Anonymous: configured as None to restrict all other access.
- If you need to configure access for an individual, click on "Add…" and search for the account, and click OK when selected.
- If we are configuring view access, select Reviewer:
- For edit access, select Editor:
- Note, if you require all accounts within your organisation to have view access, you may change the Default setting to Reviewer. Warning - this will allow all Office 365 accounts within your organisation to see your calendar - you will be prompted to confirm: