With the Office 365 personal calendar, you can create events to remember your important days.
As the name implies it is a personal so no one have access on it. Only you can see what you have created.
As opposite a team calendar allows access for selected users, so you can share event information
and read what other team members are sharing.
In this tutorial in the SharePoint Online from Scratch series, Peter Kalmström, CEO and Systems
Designer of kalmstrom.com Business Solutions, shows how to create a team calendar and add it to
a SharePoint page. This calendar will be shared by all users who have access to the page and can
be used to show holidays, leaves, delivery dates and other information that is interesting for the
whole group. Peter also shows how to enable versioning, so that you can track every change in the calendar.
These are the steps to create a calendar app, enable versioning, and add a calendar to a page:
Create a Calendar app
Open the Site Contents and click on ‘add an app’.
Find the app Calendar and click on the icon.
Type the name you want to give to your calendar app and click on ‘Create’.
Go to the CALENDAR tab and click on ‘List Settings’ in the Settings ribbon group.
A Settings window will open. Click on the link ‘Versioning settings’.
In the Versioning Settings window, select the radio button Yes for “Create a version each time you edit an item in this list?”.
Add a New Event in the Calendar
To create an event: A.Click on the add icon which appears when you hover over the date.
B.Double click in date.
Fill out the entries and click on Save.
Add a Calendar App to a page:
On the SharePoint page where you want the calendar to be displayed,
click on ‘Edit’ on the top right of the page. The page will open in Edit mode.
Place the mouse cursor where you want to add a calendar.
Open the ‘INSERT’ tab and click on ‘Web Part’.
Select your newly created calendar app and click on Add.