How to sync your Outlook calendar with an iPhone

Many different businesses use Outlook to organize everything from meetings to daily employee tasks. Of course, you can also use Outlook in your personal life.

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Outlook is a Microsoft program that runs on your computer. Because of this, you may notice that it’s not easy to get it out and move around in your life. Fortunately, you can simplify access by syncing your Outlook calendar with your iPhone.

How to sync Outlook

To sync Outlook calendar with iPhone, follow these steps:

Step 1: Download Microsoft Outlook For iPhone.

Make sure you have Outlook through a Microsoft subscription and know which Microsoft account it is connected to. Then use your iPhone to download Microsoft Outlook for iOS. This is a free download that allows you to use Outlook features directly on your iPhone. It makes syncing your Outlook calendar on your iPhone very easy, but downloading is essential, so start here!

iPad Note: If you have an iPad, please note that the Outlook for iOS update provides compatibility with iPad Split View. This is especially useful for Outlook calendars, as you can view emails and open the calendar to make adjustments on the same screen, which is a feature we highly recommend.

Step 2: Sign in and enable automatic sync.


Step 3: After downloading Outlook app on iPhone, go to iPhone settingsthen select Passwords and accounts.choose Add new accountyou will see accounts that are compatible with your iPhone.

Step 4: Look for the option and logo (usually this is one of the first options).

Step 5: Enter your Microsoft account information to connect to Outlook on iOS. You should be asked if you want to sync your calendar, in which case you should say “Yes”.If not, you can go into the Outlook application settings Feel free to make sure calendar sync is enabled.

If you’re logged in with the same Outlook account, any changes you make to your calendar will be synced to all your devices. This means that if you add a new event or appointment on your PC, it will appear on your iPhone in a few seconds. No need to resync every time you create a new Outlook calendar event or change appointment times.

Step 6: If necessary, import iCloud calendar information.

In the past, syncing iCloud information to apps like Outlook was difficult, but Apple has since improved iCloud to make it easier. If you want to import calendar information stored in iCloud from a previous calendar into your Outlook calendar, the process is relatively simple now.

Step 7: Sign in to your can use it iCloud for Windows Doing this directly from your Windows computer is a little easier than trying to do it from your iPhone.

Step 8: Log in to your account and make sure to only check the box with Mail, Contacts, Calendar, and Tasks.choose Apply keep going.

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Step 9: You can decide whether to sync all the information in your Calendar, Contacts, and Tasks apps, or select specific information to share. If you want to keep your work and entertainment devices separate but still want to be able to access your full schedule on both devices, you can choose to sync just your calendar. Outlook Calendar will then port the information to Outlook on iOS. You no longer have to juggle reminders and events in two calendars at the same time.

Step 10: Choose whether to sync all calendars on MacOS.

When using an iPhone, you can’t choose which calendars to sync from Outlook on your Mac. This is because Outlook saves your information in the cloud, which prevents you from making choices. You can only control calendars stored locally on your laptop.

How to sync Outlook calendar with iPhone

Step 11: However, you can also hide a specific calendar by launching Outlook on iPhone.Once in the app, select calendar icon, then your account icon.

Step 12: Uncheck calendars you don’t want to view.

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