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This article discusses the viewing of shared calendars on your mobile device. For instructions on how to connect your Outlook account to email and calendar client apps on your mobile devices, please read Article 728. All information below presupposes that the calendar share has already been accepted in Outlook and is viewable in the web client.
Your district-owned device will connect to Outlook via the native Mail and Calendar app. Your shared calendars will be connected to the Calendar app via your account. To view your shared calendars, open your calendar list via the “calendars” button at the bottom of the screen. Then, check the boxes next to the shared calendars you’d like to view. You might have to scroll down the list if you have many accounts and shares.
The Outlook app will be installed on your district-owned Android device. To add your district Outlook account to it, see KB Article 734.
The app you choose to utilize to access your email is a highly personal choice. Microsoft provides an Outlook app for mobile operating systems. They provide extensive setup instructions and links to the apps in their support pages. They also provide instructions on how to integrate your NSD email and calendar into your existing applications. Please note that although you are using Outlook, you will choose the “Exchange” option when connecting your NSD account to an email app. See KB article 734 for details.
Your shared calendars will show as calendars in the Outlook mobile apps. If you are using an app other Outlook and correctly connected to it via Exchange, your shared calendars should also show within your @nsd.org account’s calendar list.