When Outlook® alone is not enough
Outlook® has a built-in group
calendar option. If you are not already aware of this feature,
you can find
more info on it here. This group calendar works fine if your team
only consists of a
few people, but beyond that, you may find it lacks some
For example, if you feel it's not structured or organized
and shows too many items for you to plough trough, then maybe
Exchange Group Calendar is a better alternative.
Less is more
Our software - Exchange group calendar (EGC)
integrates with Outlook® and gives you as many group calendars as you want.
Just like in Outlook's® built-in group
calendar, you can have different views for different groups of
users, but you can also reduce the number of items in those
views based on the relevance of the items. Every group
calendar is filled only with the meetings and appointments that
are related to each other (based on the criteria that you set),
and it loads instantly.
If you have 100 people in your company and some are
working on a certain "project X", only their calendar
items related to that project will show on the "project
X" calendar when you use EGC.
30 days trial
Give Exchange (and office 365) Group Calendar a try, for free,
for 30 days.... It will save you time and improve communications
and information sharing without changing how you use your
And please, use our
knowledgeable and experienced support. Out chat button does not
connect you to a generic call center in India but to someone who can
answer your questions, instruct you directly, and remotes in to
your desktop if needed. (free of charge).
You don't even have to read the rest of this website! Simply let us
know that you want a test drive, and we will install EGC for you,
configure it, and help you understand what options are available
streamlining your calendar and scheduling needs.
You can test it without assistance, too. Request a
trial license, download
software, and start with
step 1 of the installation