How to create shared calendar in hybrid mode?


In O365 hybrid mode how can I create a shared calendar? Do I need to just create a shared mailbox and then share his calendar? Which options I have?

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Danilo AndradeIT Systems AnalystCommented:
A shared calendar in Office 365 is no different from on premise.
You can take a user and set up sharing or delegation, use a public folder calendar, or have a shared mailbox and have an organization wide shared calendar.

There's a great guide from Microsoft that can help you decide which is way is best for your needs:

Here's an additional article on sharing an Outlook calendar with other people:

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Andy MIT Systems ManagerCommented:
Another option is resource (room and equipment) mailbox - gives you more options for auto accepting appointments and the like.
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