OK, I get what you're saying. I suppose you could do all of it via Office online, but ... yeah. On the flip side of all this, iCloud calendars don't have the great scheduling availability function of O365.Thanks, but my calendar is all O365 and I understand that it’s on that account regardless of software. I access that O365 account in my Mac Calendar app and on my iPhone. But when I add travel time in Calendar on my Mac, that added time doesn’t appear elsewhere. Perhaps O365 doesn’t support Mac’s travel time option.
Travel time doesn't necessarily make you unavailable.I can't understand why Travel Time added to an event on my Mac can't be reflected on my iPhone or in my availability visible to others. Wouldn't that be a very useful option for Calendar items?
Agreed. I use iCloud calendars exclusively but find "travel time" pretty useless for anything but basic point-to-point car travel. It doesn't take transit/walking into account at all, and (unlike Apple Maps' shared ETA feature) it doesn't update as conditions and traffic change. Within Calendar, I can generally do a better job estimating travel time myself.Just add another event called Travel Time (that blocks out availability) adjacent to the main event and move on with your life.
Yes, it is part of the event on the same Apple ID account across devices. I don't share a calendar so can't answer that piece.Got it. (FYI I wasn't talking about any automatically generated travel time, but adding it manually in the Calendar app, but point taken.)
Just out of curiosity/interest: For those who use an iCloud based calendar, does travel time in fact carry over across devices? And does it show to others who may view or share the calendar? Thanks.