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I have a sharepoint server.

I have linked the sharepoint calendar to my outlook calendar.  

but i can't view the calendar in our mobile devices
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Question by:Clint Calvin
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Jayaraja Jayaraman earned 500 total points
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To use a mobile device to work with SharePoint calendar, we must configure the list or library to appear in a mobile view first. A site owner or an administrator can modify the "Enable this view of mobile access" setting to make it available.

To add a list or library form the mobile view, please follow these steps:

Step 1. Log on to SharePoint Online team site with an administrator account.

Step 2. Open the calendar list you are interested in.

step 3. On the ribbon, click the Calendar tab (or Library tab if it is a library), and then under Manage Views, click Modify View.

step 4. On the Edit page, scroll down to Mobile and click the plus sign to expand the section.

step 5. Select the Enable this view for mobile access checkbox.

step 6. Click OK.
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by:Clint Calvin
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that is already checked.
do i have to install anything on my phone?


when I open my default calendar app on my phone I can't see the sharepoint calendar
shouldn't it sync with outlook since I have it on my outlook on my desktop at work
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by:Jayaraja Jayaraman
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ok you are not talking about verifying the SharePoint calendar on the phone,. you wanna check the sharepoint calendar on your calendar app  is tat right ?
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by:Clint Calvin
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yes i want to see it on my android calendar
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