Set up Calendar Feed for Ou​tlook Calendar

The Calendar Feed allows your Next Actions to be automatically pushed to your Outlook calendar. This integration can also be enabled for Apple Calendar (iCal) and Google Calendar (gCal).

In this article:
Configure the Calendar feed integration Set up Outlook 365
Set up Outlook Desktop App
Pin to the Apps menu

How to configure the Calendar feed integration

1
Go to  Apps All Integrations → click on the Calendar feed icon under Utilities.
2
On the Calendar feed page, click on the Install button.

3
Under the configuration tab, Copy the  Calendar address and paste it into a calendar of choice. Note: If required to generate a new URL, click on Generate a new one link and copy URL again.

How to set up Outlook Desktop App

1
Go to your Outlook Calendar.
2
Go to Open Calendar → select From Internet... 
3
Paste the copied Calendar Address URL into the the New Internet C alendar Subscription pop-up → click OK.
4
Click Advanced...
5
In the Subscription Options pop-up enter the desired name for the calendar in the Folder Name field → click OK to save.
6
Your new calendar will be found under My Calendars and your sales actions will now appear in your Outlook Calendar.

How to set up Outlook 365

1
Go to your Outlook 365 Calendar.
2
In the left menu click Import calendar.
3
Under Import calendar select From web.
4
Paste the copied Calendar Address URL into the Link to the calendar field.
5
Enter the desired name for the calendar in the Calendar Name field.
6
Click Import.
6

Your new calendar will be found under Other Calendars and your sales actions will now appear in your Outlook Calendar.

How to pin Calendar feed to the Apps menu

To pin the  Calendar feed icon to the Apps menu, select the check-box: Pin to the Apps menu.

NOTE
  • It is not possible to manually set how often the calendar is refreshed.
  • Next Actions with a specified Date & time are assigned that date & time in your calendar. Next Actions with no specified time are displayed as all-day events.

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