Mar 23 2020 05:24 AM
Mar 23 2020 05:24 AM
I have setup Teams. I am the global admin for my company and access to all portals. All Team meeting policy options and scheduling options are set to yes for me at global level. In the desktop and web version, calendar app does not appear on the left hand side for me. I cannot schedule meetings in team.
Stuck and need some help! I have attached screenshots.
Mar 25 2020 04:05 AM
@mitchpj75 I have the same problem as well with an exchange hybrid configuration. The system is Exchange 2013 but I have migrated the Mailbox in question to the cloud. I am receiving a calendarSyncService: User mailbox is not discoverable. Skipping sync in the teams diagnostic logs (crl+alt+shift+1.)
Mar 26 2020 10:53 PM
I have the same issue. Everyone else in my team can see the "Calendar" tab in the Microsoft Team. However, I cannot view it. Neither on desktop or web version or mobile app. Not only that I cannot even schedule any meeting via the MS Team.
The only difference I have noticed, between my setup and my colleagues is that I installed Team as part of Office 365 installation, while my colleagues had MS Office 2019 installed and then installed Team independently.
I've requested the company admin to look into the issue. However, I doubt it is to do with user admin settings. Let's hope someone from Microsoft also addresses it.
Calendar tab on colleagues app and None on mine below:
Apr 06 2020 03:52 PM
I have the same issue.
One thing that I noticed is that the Calendar Tab doesn't show up on the user's laptop that has Windows 10 Home and Office 2010 installed but if i login to the Teams via the browser with his login ID on my office laptop that has Windows 10 Pro and Office 365 the Calendar Tab does show up.
I created a new Windows user profile on his laptop but that didnt help. I tested on two other computers and it works fine. So it is definitely an issue linked to something on his laptop.
Apr 30 2020 02:46 AM
@mike_farnham Could it be you're using Teams free?
See this comparison view
Differences between Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Teams free
May 16 2020 12:09 PM
Jun 17 2020 10:37 AM
My guess is that it has something to do with the licences assigned to the account. In my case I assigned a O365 A1 Plus for faculty at user creation, BUT only had the Teams app selected as part of that license assignment. In this case, when I logged into Teams with that account no calendar. I then went in after account creation and assigned the Exchange Online Plan 1 app and waited for a bit. I then logged into Teams with the user account and the calendar was there. I then unassigned the Exchange Online Plan 1 app, logged out, then back in, and the calendar was still there (at least so far). If it seems to take forever for the calendar to appear once the Exchange license has been assigned try to login to a Teams client with that account on a client that has already shown it has had the calendar appear. Basically, I just messed around with the assigned licenses a lot. Hope this helps.@JonasB1925
Jun 17 2020 11:35 AM
Jun 24 2020 03:11 AM - edited Jun 24 2020 03:16 AM
I am having the same issue. However I am totally new to teams & o365.
I have registered for the free teams version for our small company, and I don't get the calendar button, and thus cannot create recurring meetings and all that.
Question: Is this generally not supported by the free teams version, thus I would need to purchase a valid o365 license in addition?
 so basically what I want to achieve is to set up recurring meetings where people can just join using a fixed link or (even better) the calender in teams, without me having to actively invite people upon every new meeting date.
Jun 24 2020 08:56 AM
I think it depends on the type of "free" Teams license you are using. There is an E1 license that I would bet has the Calendar on the left-hand side, but "Teams Free" or the "Feemium version of Teams" would only have something like "Meeting" on the left-hand side. So the question is: what license do you have?