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Google resolves a particular compatibility issue between Calendar and Microsoft Outlook

Google Resolves Calendar Interaction Issue with Microsoft Outlook

Microsoft’s Outlook often faces difficulties when interacting with other applications. However, in this case, it seems that the problem lies with Google’s Calendar app. Recognizing the need to address these issues, Google has recently announced the resolution of one such problem between Calendar and Outlook.

The particular issue that has been fixed involves the display of an Outlook user’s name on Calendar. Previously, when an Outlook user invited a Google Calendar user to a meeting, the organizer’s name would not appear in the list of meeting attendees on Google Calendar.

We are pleased to confirm that this bug has now been rectified. Consequently, the Outlook user who organizes the meeting will be correctly listed among the other meeting attendees in Calendar as the meeting organizer.

Google has stated that the fix will be rolled out gradually to all Workspace customers and users with personal Google Accounts over the next two weeks, commencing on August 24.

Ensuring seamless compatibility between different apps is crucial for users who rely on both Google Calendar and Outlook to organize their meetings. With this recent fix, Google has taken a step towards improving the interaction between these two widely used platforms.

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