Office 365 - Convert ShareURL to Office 365 Published Calendar or Setup Desired Permissions
This document explains when ShareURL will no longer be available and what options you have.
When will ShareURL be turned off?
After June 1, 2017, ShareURL service will be turned off and any account that was configured for and using a ShareURL will no longer work.
Important: On March 10, you will no longer be able to create new ShareURLs.
Why is ShareURL being turned off?
Office 365 provides customers the ability to share their calendar with people both inside and outside the University. ShareURL is being retired to reduce costs and duplication of services.
What is ShareURL?
ShareURL provides a unique web address which can be used to view calendar data for an Office 365 account. They can be used via a browser or from within a calendar application, such as Outlook.
How do I know if I have a ShareURL?
The best to find out if you have a ShareURL (a personal or public) is to log into the ShareURL application.
Is there a comparable application/feature I can use?
Remember, ShareURL and Office 365's calendar publishing feature only provide a "read only" view of a calendar. If you are looking to provide "edit" permissions, use the instructions within the "Sharing your calendar internally" section in the User/Service account document.