If you use an Outlook work account, it’s now possible to add your personal Google Calendar, and even your personal calendar on Outlook.com, to help you better understand your availability when scheduling events at work.
According to a report from The Verge, the feature is now rolling out to Microsoft 365 subscribers using a work account. It’s expected that the feature could eventually come to everyone, but it’s unclear when it could happen.
In this guide, you’ll learn the steps to add a Google Calendar to your Outlook on the web work account connected to a Microsoft 365 subscription.
Add Google Calendar to Outlook web
To add Google Calendar account to Outlook web, use these steps:
Open Outlook web.
Sign-in with your account credentials.
Click the Outlook menu button from the top-left corner and select the Calendar option.
Click the Add calendar option.
Add calendar to Outlook option
Click the Add personal calendar option from the left pane.
Click the Google option. Quick tip: You can also select the Outlook.com option to connect a personal calendar to your work account.
Add Google Calendar to Outlook Quick tip: You can also select the Outlook.com option to connect a personal calendar to your work account.
Sign in with your Gmail credentials.
Turn on the Include in my work availability toggle switch.
Include in my work availability
Close the Add calendar page.
Confirm the Google Calendar is available in Outlook from the left pane.
Once you complete the steps, Outlook will connect to your Google Calendar account. Also, when others view your work calendar, events will appear as “Busy” or “Tentative,” without revealing specific details, such as your location.