Office 365 Calendar with new full form for event creation and ability to print calendar

Office 365 Calendar by Virto was expanded with several features. Now the calendar is printable and we have added the new Full Details form. Also, you can find a use case below how to display Exchange's event location in Google by link from your SharePoint calendar event.

Now our Virto Office 365 Calendar is available for printing. You need to open settings dropdown in the right upper corner and click "Print". Done! You can print your current calendar view without any issues.

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But if you use Internet Explorer, you need to perform a simple tuning before calendar printing.

Open Print Preview setting in browser and check the "Print Background Colors and Images" checkbox, then choose Landscape paper orientation. Save the settings, and now your Virto Office 365 calendar is available for printing!

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Another feature is the full form for an event creation. You can use as always the good old Virto Office 365 calendar's small form to add a new event with two clicks. Now you have other option to create an event: click "full details" in the short form to display the full Office 365 Calendar create form. 

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And the last, but not least smart feature is the ability to view the event location from Outlook events with Google maps right from a link in Virto Office 365 calendar event details.

For example, you have created an event in Outlook with certain location.

Office 365 Calendar 2

Then you can display this Outlook event in Virto Office 365 calendar. (Learn more how to overlay Exchange Online calendar and Office 365 calendar)

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You can see the event location as a link in Office 365 calendar view form.
After clicking on this link you will be redirected automatically to Google maps. So you can find your way to the event location for sure!

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You can download and try Virto Office 365 Calendar with all new features right now!