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When you add a modern page to a site, you add and customize web parts, which are the building blocks of your page. This article describes the Group calendar web part.

The Group calendar web part allows you to put a Microsoft 365 group calendar right on your page so that it is easily visible to your readers.

Note: Because groups are available only for Team sites, this web part works only on Team sites. You must already have a group calendar created that you can choose to use for the web part.

Preview of the group calendar web part.

Note: The Group calendar web part is not available in SharePoint Server 2019, Office 365 operated by 21Vianet, Microsoft 365 Germany, or Microsoft 365 GCC High. If you are using any of these versions, and you see the Group calendar web part, it means you have one on your page, but it will not work properly. You can manually remove it from your page.

Add a Group calendar to an existing team site

  1. If you're not in edit mode already, select Edit at the top right of the page.

  2. Hover your mouse above or below an existing web part or under the title region, select  Circled plus sign used to add a modern web part to a page, then select the Group calendar web part.

  3. Select Edit web part  Screenshot of Edit pencil icon above the Group calendar web part.

  4. In the Group calendar property pane, select a Microsoft 365 group from the dropdown to display that group's calendar.

    Selecting a Microsoft 365 group from the properties pane.

  5. Use the slider to indicate the number of events (up to 10) you want to show on the page.

    Choosing how many events to display from the selected Microsoft 365 group calendar.

  6. If there are no upcoming meetings on your team's group calendar, select Create a meeting to open your calendar view in Outlook on the web. 

    Link redirecting the user to their group's calendar in Outlook.

Refer to the article on creating an event on an Outlook group calendar for more information. 

More resources

Create and use modern pages on a SharePoint site

Using web parts on SharePoint pages

Create an event on an Outlook.com group calendar

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