Microsoft Office Hours: Focus on a calendar from a SharePoint list | Digireview

Thursday 11am Online – Held in Microsoft Teams

This week we’re going to focus on building a calendar based on a list with conditional formatting. Our last meeting on agendas shows that the agenda most people are looking for is a digital replacement for the paper agenda we’ve all had on our desks. It’s just a calendar to see things like academic dates, employee vacation dates, or department dates in one calendar.

This is easy to view in Microsoft Teams or via a SharePoint link. It does not sync with Outlook. It can be easily updated in a list view or launched from an Excel spreadsheet.

This meeting will not be recorded, but I am working on a step-by-step guide that will be available in the Microsoft Team “CWU M365 Office Hours”, a public team.

—————–Housekeeping – Contact Details – Join the team If you would like to be added to the weekly meeting announcement, please let me know (Nicole Burk, nicole.burk ) and I’ll add you when I create the meeting. A new Meeting link is created weekly, so you know what to expect from the meeting.

The CWU M365 Office Hours team is a public team. To join the CWU M365 Office Hours Public team, click Join or Create Team from the team menu.

Meetings will be held on Thursdays at 11am on the CWU M365 Office Hours, Weekly Office Hours channel and can be attended via this link as above or by jumping into the team and navigating to the Weekly Office Hours channel.

Meetings are usually short, about 15-30 minutes, sometimes longer if there are questions. Meetings are informal with no requirements or any knowledge expected. This affects Microsoft 365 apps, usually Microsoft Teams and SharePoint, but sometimes OneDrive, Bookings, OneNote, List, Planner, Stream, Sway, and more.

Feel free to ask a question in the team, maybe others have the same question. Use @Nicole Burk when posting to the team if you want me to be notified.

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