Can You Show Events from Multiple Oulook Calendars in the To-Do Bar?

Steven sent the following question:

This is a problem that apparently no one has been able to come up with a solution for. I have 8 different calendars in outlook that sync with my iPhone and Google calendars. I’d like to start using outlook and see my calendar in the “To-Do” Bar, however, there doesn’t appear to be a way to show multiple calendars in this. Can you figure out a solution to this?

Sorry Steven, in Outlook 2007 only the main calendar is supported and it can’t be changed in the current version.

The only work around that comes to mind is to use categories and custom views instead, but with 8 calendars that might not be feasible either.

Anyone believe otherwise or have a solution? Let me know in the comments!

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9 Responses to Can You Show Events from Multiple Oulook Calendars in the To-Do Bar?

  1. CKB says:

    Im having the same problem! surely there is a way to get around this or its a major flaw!

  2. Athena says:

    Does anyone know how to display dates that have been put into Outlook as a recurring appointment? It would be useful to be able to view the dates for the whole year.

  3. Jordan van Bergen says:

    I would like to have my internet google calendar in the to-do bar of outlook 2010.

  4. Marlies says:

    Hi,
    I would like to synchronize my outlook calendar at work with my iphone. For an unknown reason which I have not yet discovered, only appointments made by our secretary are synchronized. However, when I open the outlook calendar at my desktop, all appointments are visible (also the ones which are not synchronized and which are made by me). How come? And how do I solve this problem?

  5. Nice post.Thank you for taking the time to publish this information very useful!I’m still waiting for some interesting thoughts from your side in your next post thanks

  6. phantom says:

    Definitely that's a must have feature that many smartphones already have.

  7. Sorry Steven, in Outlook 2007 only the main calendar is supported and it can’t be changed in the current version.

  8. The only work around that comes to mind is to use categories and custom views instead, but with 8 calendars that might not be feasible either.

  9. Sorry Steven, in Outlook 2007 only the main calendar is supported and it can’t be changed in the current version.

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