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    Is there a way to embed a MS Outlook in a DNN website?






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      or a Google Agenda?





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        Willem, if you go to the settings for each calendar service provider you can generate a widget and get that code in a HTML module. I know Gmail does, not 100% sure about Office 365.

        Check out this article from Google: https://support.google.co...r/answer/41207?hl=en

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          As Marco suggests, we often do this by embedding the calendar using a CRM, Calendly, etc.





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            Hi Willem,

            There are 2 ways:

            1. You share an Outlook calendar entirely

            2. In a scenario where you might want to offer open time slots, you can also use Microsoft Bookings.

            This is tied to your Outlook calendar(s)

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              +1 for tools like Calendly - their embed widgets are fantastic!
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                Is Calendly really better than MS Bookings? 

                Another alternative btw: https://appsumo.com/products/tidycal/ 

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                  "Better" is subjective at worst, and needs to rely on requirements at best. 😉 

                  However, Calendly has done a superb job at ensuring an easy UI/UX for all stakeholders, in my opinion.  (And it seems that David agrees, too.)  






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                    Perfectly stated Will. I was an early adopter of Calendly, but back then, they lacked in too many features. I later came back to see what had changed and was beyond impressed. The things we can do with Calendly now is outright amazing. I can't really speak to MS Bookings. :)
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                      Was just curious for the pros and cons. I bought Tidycal because it was much cheaper than Calendly. And 15 minutes later I discovered MS Bookings which was already in my subscription. 

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