In this article, you'll learn about the differences between the various OnceHub calendar integrations.
OnceHub connects to your personal calendar in real time. Busy time is automatically retrieved and bookings are created directly in your calendar. OnceHub has calendar integrations with Google Calendar, Office 365 Calendar, Exchange/Outlook Calendar, and iCloud Calendar.
There are some minor differences between the different calendar integrations, which are detailed in the tables below.
NoteOutlook Calendar can be connected to OnceHub in different ways. See the column according to the method you chose to connect with.
|ScheduleOnce||Google Calendar||Exchange/Outlook Calendar via EWS||Office 365 Calendar via OAuth 2.0||Office 365 Calendar via EWS||iCloud Calendar|
|Main and sub-calendars||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Shared calendars||Yes||Yes||Yes, if expressly shared with you||Yes||Yes|
|Booking in Additional calendars||Yes, as event guest||Yes, on a separate event||Yes, on a separate event||Yes, on a separate event||Yes, on a separate event|
|Resource calendars||Yes, G Suite resources are fully supported for both resource scheduling and conditional booking||No||No||No||Doesn't exist in iCloud|
|Cancel or reschedule by the User||Yes, in the Activity stream OR directly in Google Calendar||Yes, in the Activity stream OR directly in Exchange/Outlook Calendar||Yes, in the Activity stream||Yes, in the Activity stream OR directly in Office 365 Calendar||Yes, in the Activity stream|
|Booking reassignment||Yes, in the Activity stream||No||No||No||No|
|Corporate connection||Yes, using G Suite||Yes, on request||No||Yes, on request||No|
|Real time connection||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Authentication||OAuth 2.0||Email address and password/app password||OAuth 2.0||Email address and password/app password||Apple ID and app-specific password|