My problem is as follows,
"Even more important now when we are between home and the office… is the management of our calendars and availability. Background information, I have my main work (a***@m**.com ) calendar “Calendar” that all my meeting’s sit in, and controls my availability for “My Organization” to be able to view my busy/ free hours, when scheduling meetings. I also have a 2x sub-calendars under this main calendar “Calendar”, called “Personal” and “Relationship” however because they are sub-calendars, they don’t merge my availability so that “My Organization” is able to view my busy/ free hours. I like having these 3x different calendars, because I can show/hide them as I need… but of course having these sub-calendars means that I might have an appointment in “Personal” but when “My Organization” views my availability for scheduling meetings, they believe I’m free. Therefore duplicating my meetings in my “Personal” and main “Calendar” for the same time. Article for better explanation, https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/exchange/aggregate-availability-from-multiple-calendars/m-p/137286 I was hoping someone would know of a better solution for this, besides manually creating blank meetings in the main “Calendar” account to block out meetings that are scheduled in my “Personal” and “Relationship” sub-calendars. Side note, The “Relationship” calendar is a calendar that’s shared between myself and my partner, so that if there’s a family dinner, after works drinks, or appointment that involves us both, it’s a nice way of either one of us having the option see the availability of each other.. and then of course add in a new appointment if need be 😊 or reschedule it- if we are already doing something on that day.
Thanks in advance for any help :)"