Any Hotmail user can use the experience now, and over time all Hotmail users will be moved to the new experience. As Steve Weiss writes in the Official Microsoft Blog, “Starting today, Microsoft will begin to upgrade every Hotmail user to Outlook.com, so they can benefit from new features like smart integration with their social networks and easy sharing of hundreds of photos and videos within a single message.
The upgrade is seamless and instant for Hotmail customers; their @email address, password, contacts, etc., will stay the same.” “Today is a major milestone in our mission to provide people everywhere with the world's best email experience,” Microsoft’s David Law writes in a post to the confusingly named Outlook Blog.
So when there is a meeting, I create it in my personal Outlook calendar and then copy it to the Share Point calendar that shows in Outlook.
I do this because the Scheduling Assistant in Outlook doesn't show me as busy during meetings scheduled on the Share Point calendar (in Outlook) and the same applies with the Group Calendar in Share Point.
I do not have the time, or patience to update both of these sheets everytime a new borrower is added, or circumstances change with a loan.
I'd like to update only the original (and currently extant) spreadsheet with loads of details.
I spoke with Canvas Tech Support and my understanding is that they are making the information available so the problem has to be elsewhere.
Their suggestion was to have our users delete then re-add the link whenever something on the calendar changes.I was asked to keep the sheet from Outlook's calendar, but as far as I know it should be relatively easy to add a sheet to the workbook with a calendar included in it.However, here is where the problems begin to raise their head.The thing is, the calendar component of this service—which also includes contacts management, Sky Drive, and the Outlook Web Apps—still looks like a 2005-era Windows Live experience.And it’s unclear how Microsoft could try to take on Gmail and Google Calendar with something that looks this dated. But the calendar component, shown below, is a sad joke, something that looks and works nothing like the rest of the experience.To Clarify I DO have my Share Point calendar synced to show in Outlook.