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Accessing your NTU Timetable from Outlook – Alternative Method

This guide will help you to access your NTU timetable from Outlook.

  • To begin, in your PC’s browser, navigate to your NTU Timetable either in NOW or on the Staff Portal, and select “Subscribe to iCal”.
  • If you are brought to the NOW Sign-on screen, enter your NTU username and password as normal. 

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  • You should then be taken to the following screen

  • Right-click on “Access Calendar Feed” and select “Copy link address”

 

  • In Outlook, go to the Calendars section, and in the Ribbon, select Open Calendar, then in the drop-down list, select From Internet…

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  • Paste in the URL, and then select OK

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  • A message will pop-up asking “Add this Internet Calendar to Outlook and subscribe to updates?” Click on Yes

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Your timetable should now be imported into Outlook, and after a few seconds should appear automatically alongside your normal Outlook calendar. To overlay the two calendar click on the small arrow highlighted in the picture below

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Your timetable should now be displayed with your Outlook calendar.

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    Garrie, Karin

    very good description. It should be pointed out that the ribbon does not appear when using the browser to get to NTUemail.

     

    Thanks

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    N0596971 (Mark Niemz 2014)

    How does this work for outlook 2011 for mac?

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    McConnon, Carl

    Hi Mark,

    Please see the link below for the guide on how to connect to your timetable using Outlook 2011.
    https://support.ntu.ac.uk/hc/en-us/articles/201652516-Syncing-your-NTU-Timetable-with-Outlook-2011-on-your-Mac

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    Knight, Rob

    Is there a way of making the 'merged' calendar view the one that colleagues see when trying to book meetings? or is there another way colleagues can see each others combined calendars so can see office and teaching commitments when looking to book meetings in academic areas.