How to Sync Your Outlook Calendar to Your Apple Watch?

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As technology continues to evolve, Apple continues to make strides in the wearable industry with its Apple Watch. But what makes this device so special? One of its most useful features is the ability to sync your Outlook calendar with the Apple Watch.

The Outlook app for iOS allows users to easily and quickly sync their Outlook calendar with their Apple Watch. This means that any events added to a computer will quickly and automatically populate on the watch. This is especially helpful for those who need to stay on top of their appointments, meetings, or deadlines while they’re away from their computers.

The process of syncing your Outlook calendar with your Apple Watch is simple and straightforward. All you need is an iPhone or iPod touch and an Outlook account. First, open your Settings app on your phone and select “Add Account” followed by “Microsoft 365”. Sign in to your Microsoft 365 account, then select the “Filters” tab and choose the Calendar sync option. Check the folders you want to sync and click “Save” followed by “Sync all”.

Once synced, you can view all of your events directly from the Apple Watch interface without having to switch between apps or devices. You can also easily add new events directly from the watch without having to open up Outlook or other apps on your phone – saving you time so you can focus on more important tasks at hand.

Overall, syncing your Outlook calendar with the Apple Watch is an incredibly useful feature that can help make scheduling easier while out and about. With just a few quick steps, you can easily stay up-to-date with all of your appointments, meetings, or deadlines – no matter where you are!

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Importing Outlook Calendar to Apple Watch

To import your Outlook calendar to Apple Watch, follow these steps:
1. On your iPhone, open the Apple Watch app, then tap the My Watch tab.
2. Tap Calendar and then tap Sync Calendar.
3. Select Outlook and sign in with your Microsoft account credentials.
4. Enable the toggle next to the Mail, Contacts & Calendars options in the list of apps that can access your Outlook data.
5. Click on “Filters” tab and choose which calendar folders you want to sync with your Apple Watch by selecting them from the list presented on the screen.
6. Once you have selected all of the folders you want to sync, click “Save” and then “Sync all” to start the process of importing your Outlook calendar to Apple Watch.

Adding Outlook Calendar to Apple Calendar

To add your Outlook calendar to Apple Calendar, first open iTunes on your computer. In the source list, under Devices, click the entry for your iPhone or iPod touch. Then click the Info tab. Under Calendars, you’ll find an option to sync calendars from Outlook. Check this box and then click Apply in the bottom right corner of iTunes. This will sync your Outlook calendar with Apple Calendar on your device. You can also choose to sync selected calendars or all calendars from Outlook. Once you have made your selection, click Apply to complete the sync process.

Syncing Outlook Calendar with a Smartwatch

To sync your Outlook Calendar with your smartwatch, you’ll need to start by logging into and accessing Outlook. Once there, select the gear icon in the top right corner and then select ‘View All Outlook Settings’ at the bottom. In the Settings menu, choose ‘Calendar’ and then select ‘Share a Calendar’. From here, you can choose which calendar from your Outlook account you would like to sync with your smartwatch. Once you’ve chosen one, go back to the Settings menu and select ‘Accounts’ – here you can add a new account for your smartwatch if it isn’t already listed. Finally, check that all the settings are correct and you should be able to sync your Outlook Calendar with your smartwatch!

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James Walker

James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.