NoteThis article only applies if you have installed Outlook desktop client on your PC or Mac.
The Outlook desktop client can be connected to one or more account types. To decide which calendar integration to use in OnceHub, you'll need to determine which account type your Outlook desktop client is connected to. OnceHub has calendar integrations with Google Calendar, Office 365 Calendar, Exchange/Outlook Calendar, and iCloud Calendar.
In this article, you'll learn which calendar integration in OnceHub you should choose when using Outlook desktop client.
Determining the connected account types
Outlook desktop client on PC
To determine the connected account types on a PC, open your Outlook desktop client and go to File -> Account settings -> Account settings (Figure 1).
Outlook desktop client on Mac
To determine the connected account types on a Mac, open your Outlook desktop client and go to Outlook -> Preferences -> Accounts (Figure 2).
Choosing a calendar integration in OnceHub
Your account types list may contain more than one account. You should examine only the calendar that you want to connect to OnceHub.
Depending on the type, name, or email of that account, use the following calendar integration:
- If Office 365, Exchange, or Outlook.com is mentioned, use Exchange/Outlook Calendar integration.
- If Gmail or Google is mentioned, use Google Calendar integration.
- If Apple or iCloud is mentioned, use iCloud Calendar integration.