outlook, shared calendar

I have created shared calendar in my outlook, and I have given permission to some users in my group

only I am getting notification when meeting is 15 mins due , no other users are getting reminders whom I have added in my shared calendar

what needs to be done, have I missed any step

those other users can add or edit  meetings in my shared calendar
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Steven CarnahanNetwork ManagerCommented:
Reminders are only sent to the owner of the calendar.  In order for someone else to get the reminders they would need to access the shared calendar and select the item(s) and add to their own calendar.  The alternative is to create a shared mailbox and put items on that account's calendar.  Then the people that need access would have to add the shared mailbox to their account.  

For assistance you can refer to:  https://www.slipstick.com/outlook/calendar/receive-reminders-shared-calendars/
pramod1Author Commented:
Can I also make other users owner
Steven CarnahanNetwork ManagerCommented:
If you are speaking of "your" shared calendar then no.  The calendar is tied to the outlook account and that is the only one that will receive the notifications. Since adding a shared account to your account then you would receive the notifications but adding a shared calendar will not.
pramod1Author Commented:
Is there any article which tells

How to create shared mail box in office 365 and make it calendar
Any commands I need to use in exchange online
Steven CarnahanNetwork ManagerCommented:
From Microsoft:   https://support.office.com/en-us/article/create-a-shared-mailbox-871a246d-3acd-4bba-948e-5de8be0544c9

"Shared mailboxes include a shared calendar! A lot of small businesses like to use the shared calendar as a place for everyone to enter their appointments. For example, if you have 3 people who do customer visits, all can use the shared calendar to enter the appointments. This is an easy way to keep everyone informed where people are."

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