Google lets you subscribe to a calendar using a URL - although when using an Outlook 365 Calendar link, events are copied over once, and then the syncing stops. This seems to be a relatively new issue and a Google community thread shows a handful of other folks frustrated with this lack of syncing.
Zapier is a thought but it would require several different zaps to ensure events that are updated in either platform copy over to the other.
Any suggestions for a workaround?
Thanks in advance!
With the caveat that I haven't used Outlook 365 calendar, here are a few idea that came to mind.
First up, the low tech way (if you only need to see the events yourself) could be to add Outlook calendar manually to your computer and phone's calendar app. That's guaranteed to sync, though of course wouldn't get everything in one place and in a web app.
Fruux came to mind, though not sure it'd fit. It's billed as a tool to sync all your calendars and contacts, like the second half of Outlook/Gmail sync but without email, to be used as a companion to email-only services like Fastmail. But didn't see anything about syncing Outlook 365, just Outlook desktop where it's turning local data into a web feed.
cloudHQ differentiates itself from Zapier et al by focusing on syncing, and it says it can sync Outlook Calendar to Google Calendar, so that could be worth checking.
With Zapier, you'd end up needing 3 Zaps to sync everything: A Google Calendar new or updated event to Outlook, then a new Outlook event to Google Calendar, and an updated Outlook event to Google Calendar. Possible, but a bit messy.
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