What are the different calendar connection options?

In this article, you will learn about the difference between various Calendar integrations. 

Note InviteOnce is only compatible with Google calendar. 

OnceHub connects to personal calendars in real time and uses them as its own calendar. OnceHub 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. 

NoteOutlook Calendar can be connected in multiple ways to OnceHub - 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
YesYesYesYesYes
Shared calendars
YesNoYes, if shared with full read/write permissionsYesYes
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
NoNoYes, Exchange resources are supported for resource scheduling
Yes, G Suite resources are fully supported for both resource scheduling and conditional booking
Doesn't exist in iCloud
Cancel or reschedule by the User
Yes, in the Activity stream OR directly in Exchange Calendar
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
NoNoNoYes, in the Activity stream
No
Corporate connection
Yes, on request
Yes, on request
No
Yes, using G Suite
No
Real time connection
YesYesYes, when PC is onYesYes
Authentication
Credentials
OAuth2.0
Security token
OAuth2.0
App-specific password
Secure connection
Encrypted
Encrypted
Encrypted
Encrypted
Encrypted
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