Does anyone know of a way to synch Google calendar items with Outlook 365? I'm trying to do the opposite of the below Question/Solution:
Looks like that around July 2020 Microsoft added new functionality to Outlook 365 on the web. It is available for users with a work account for sure (I'm using it). I don't know about the rest.
You can now add a Google calendar as your personal calendar in Outlook 365. After that, you can see GCal events in Outlook. It has a HUGE advantage to the solution from @Capricorn's answer (at least for me). You have an option to make GCal meetings to be visible to others (i.e. in a meeting planning assistant) so they can see your free/busy status from both calendars.
Info about this is also in here.
Short video of the process from The Verge (link above)
It works pretty much the same way:
- Get a public shared calendar url from your calendar at Google (available in the calendar settings, section "Integrate Calendar", it's called "Secret address in iCal format")
- Subscribe to the calendar in Outlook using this url (File > Account Settings > Account Settings, "Internet Calendars" tab)
A detailed tutorial may be found at https://support.office.com/en-us/article/see-your-google-calendar-in-outlook-c1dab514-0ad4-4811-824a-7d02c5e77126