Microsoft is trying to improve its online services by introducing new features every now and then. Recently, the Redmond-based company introduced Skype calling for Outlook worldwide.
Now, Microsoft is planning to implement another new feature in the Outlook Web App which can come in handy for several users, especially working professionals. It’s called Calendar search, which will roll out to Office 365 users in the coming months.
The calendar search works in a similar fashion, and all you have to do is enter the keyword or phrase you’re looking for. It’s not just your calendar, you can even search the calendars of other people as well, and match it with yours to see if they are available at a given date.
To search your calendar using a keyword or phrase, while your calendar is selected you simply type a keyword in the search box and click or tap enter (or the search icon).
The Outlook Web App shows results based on the term you typed, whether that term appears in the body, title, or location of the event, in the name of an attendee/organizer, or even in the name of a category applied to an event.
The feature will be available for tablets, smartphones and desktops, the only difference will be the way the results are displayed on each device.
Source: Office Blog
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