Outlook 2016 public calendar not updating
In order to find out who created an entry, switch the calendar to the List view and add the Organizer field to the view.
It is very important to understand the differences among Calendar Publishing, Calendar Sharing and Delegate Access in order to choose the best option depending on your needs.
Refreshing Your Feed If you are having trouble with your calendar not syncing properly or you wish to force an update, you can refresh your feed.
Note that some calendar applications will refresh on their own (Google Calendar, for example, can take up to a day before you see changes), so you may want to wait.
In this blog, we’re going to take a look at how to create a shared calendar leveraging the functionality available in Office 365 Groups.
If you need to ensure that all of your organisation can access the shared calendar by default, you may still prefer to use public folders for the task.
By publishing an Outlook Calendar as an Internet Calendar you create special URLs that you can give to people outside your organization.
If you decide that this is too much, then you can unsubscribe, and the emails will no longer go to your own inbox – you will remain part of the group, and will still be able to access communications in the group inbox. To unsubscribe, or completely leave a group, you can click the ‘subscribed’ option at the top and make your choice.If Groups isn’t the right fit for you, make sure you check back on the blog in the coming weeks.We will also be exploring other options for shared calendar creation, including Share Point Online Calendars and the new collaborative team calendars available in Microsoft Teams.The main differences between sharing a calendar and publishing an internet calendar is that the first option is available only to members (mailboxes) inside the same organization and using exclusively Outlook or Webmail (Outlook Web App or OWA) whereas the second option allows you to reach as well people outside of your organisation no matter of the platfrom used (i.e. In both cases the owner of the calendar controls how much detail others can see.Delegate Access is strictly linked to Calendar Sharing and lets others schedule meetings on behalf of the owner.
This also affected the ability to search public folders: because the items weren't cached, Outlook wasn't indexing the folder contents.