Mar 01 2019 10:35 AM
Mar 01 2019 11:50 AM
Depends on your scope. Are you offering this to employees, or are you telling them their birthday will be listed?
Mar 01 2019 12:13 PM
I'd say then that what you do depends on how you want these birthdays to be represented.
You could use a classic Calendar in a SharePoint site. Since the Events web part doesn't yet support recurring events, you couldn't use that if you configured your calendar events to be annually recurring, so you'd direct people to the classic Calendar interface. If you like the Group Calendar webpart, and if you're already using a Site that's connected to a Office 365 Group, you could use that instead. I'm not as familiar with that web part, and I can only assume that it doesn't have the same issue with recurring events that the Events web part does.
Mar 01 2019 02:25 PM
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