Differences between calendar integrations
ScheduleOnce connects to personal calendars in real time and uses them as its own calendar. ScheduleOnce has a deep calendar integration with Exchange, Office 365, Outlook, Google and iCloud calendars.
All calendar integrations are robust and maximize the features available in all calendars. There are some minor differences between the integrations. Note: Outlook Calendar can be connected in multiple ways to ScheduleOnce - See the column according to the method you chose to connect with.
|Exchange Calendar||Office 365 Calendar||PC connector for Outlook||Google Calendar||iCloud Calendar|
|Main and sub-calendars||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Shared calendars||Yes||Not yet (coming soon)||Yes, if shared with full read/write permissions||Yes||Yes|
|Booking in Additional calendars||Yes, on a separate event||Yes, on a separate event||Yes, on a separate event||Yes, as event guest||Yes, on a separate event|
|Resource calendars||Not yet (coming soon)||Not yet (coming soon)||Yes, Exchange resources are supported for resource scheduling||Yes, G Suite resources are fully supported for both resource scheduling and conditional booking||Don’t exist in iCloud|
|Cancel or reschedule by the User||Yes, in the activity stream||Yes, in the activity stream||Yes, in the activity stream OR directly in Outlook Calendar||Yes, in the activity stream OR directly in Google Calendar||Yes, in the activity stream|
|Booking reassignment||No||No||No||Yes, in the activity stream||No|
|Corporate connection||Yes, on request||Yes, on request||No||Yes, using G Suite||No|
|Real time connection||Yes||Yes||Yes, when PC is on||Yes||Yes|
|Authentication||Credentials||OAuth2.0||Security token||OAuth2.0||App-specific password|
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