I have a PA who is set up as a delegate on my Outlook 365 calendar. She is able to set meetings and appointments directly on my calendar with no problem.
However, when she sets a meeting or appointment, I do not receive email notification or desktop notification. (I'm guessing that's because she is functioning as "me" as far as Outlook is concerned, and I do not get notifications when I set my own appointments...)
That being said, however, I do want to receive notifications for appointments she sets.
I travel a lot and my calendar can change on an hour-by-hour basis. Without some kind of notification, I find myself missing new appointments/meetings.
Thoughts? (I did search the forums for an answer, but didn't find anything addressing this particular issue.)
Open Outlook Calendar; click the Settings gear icon, Options; from Options pane, expand Calendar, Shared Calendars; click Calendar updates; check any calendar to receive calendar updates or uncheck any calendar to stop calendar updates; Save.