03-06-2017 03:33 PM
03-06-2017 07:02 PM - edited 12-15-2017 08:55 AM
*UPDATE 12/15/17 As a few have pointed out, the URLs may have changed a bit and the realm part may no longer be needed. I'll leave the old post intact just in case, but for now try using this URL example instead: https://outlook.office365.com/owa/?path=/group/<group mailbox email address>/calendar
Agreed with @Rajesh Sitaraman. I add the OWA link for the group calendar as a website tab. It can take a little URL jujitsu to get the more direct URL though. I've had the most success with this format:
https://outlook.office.com/owa/?realm=<domain>&path=/group/<group mailbox email address>/calendar
Fill in <domain> and <group mailbox email address> appropriately.
Sometimes I get an odd result on first access as well and end up redirected to my own mailbox. On 2nd load it lands me in the right place. My current theory is that something is happening when it auth's me and is redirecting wrong on first access, but on the 2nd attempt when I have a proper token already it flows right through. Just a theory though.
Let us know your results. Anyone from the Microsoft Teams team who sees this, consider this another vote for an official way to display the Team's calendar! :)
03-06-2017 08:37 PM
Hi David, do you know how to get to the Group calendar from Teams?
I thought there is a Calendar created with each Teams team that would have coresponding <domain> and <group mailbox email address>.
03-06-2017 08:45 PM
Yes, that link I gave is the direct URL to the Group calendar that is created when you create a Team - provided you fill in the proper information.
You can browse to the Group calendar directly by going to OWA and then clicking the corresponding things to reach the Group's calendar. You'll notice when doing this however that the URL in your address bar does not always update to reflect where you actually are, for me at least in Chrome.
When you add a Website Tab in Teams it will ask you for an https URL, and I've found that the direct link to the Group's calendar gives me the best results.
03-06-2017 11:56 PM
04-24-2017 06:48 PM
Thanks, but it doesn't work.
The tab shows the error message that the content cannot be shown in this frame in consideration of the security.
04-25-2017 05:53 PM
Seems to be working for me still. Do you have settings in place that might not let you reach the team calendar via the Teams app? Some sort of conditional access or something?
04-26-2017 06:04 PM
So, when I add a calendar as a tab, do all the Team members see this tab? Or, does each team member need to add it themselves?
Casting my vote for a native way to show team calendars in Teams.
04-26-2017 09:46 PM
All team member's see the tab.
This is officially coming now. Thank you @Suphatra Rufo :)
04-26-2017 10:14 PM
06-14-2017 05:41 AM
I found a different solution.
Create a new SharePoint calendar or use an existing calendar.
Add a page and add the calendar as a web part.
Hide the top ribbon and quick launch with a css script.
Copy this calendar_page.aspx URL to add a Tab->display a website.
08-01-2017 02:00 PM
08-01-2017 02:00 PM
@Tomas Sandkvist: Using @Rajesh Sitaraman's & @David Rosenthal's group calendar tab method does open your calendar and the team's, but you can deselect your calendar on the left-hand side, just like you can in OWA. Plus, only you will see your calendar, and only I will see my calendar, in case that's what your were concerned with. This view setting appears to persist between closing and re-opening Teams too, so you theoretically only have to do it once.
FYI, I used the slightly modified syntax below to reference the group calendar:
https://outlook.office365.com/owa/?path=/group/<group mailbox email address>/calendar