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Event Distribution

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  • tjagresti

    We are coordinating all employee travel on our Company Travel space (commercial flights & hotel).  We invite people to the individual events that pertain to them.

    We want the scheduled travel event to propagate to their personal calendar without that user having access to everything else on the Company Travel space calendar.

    Our first test indicates that before they can accept an invitation from this space they need to join the Company travel space meaning they can see other people's travel as well. 

    Can we have events made in in this space push out of this calendar to personal calendars without access to all events in the space calendar?

    Or, how do we make an event private so only participants can see it.  If we select "Show As Busy" then the event should show up on the space calendar as busy with no details or the ability to click on the event and see any details, correct?

  • gskamau
    Answered

    Hey Thomas,

    It isn't possible to make only certain events in a space calendar visible to users.

    The Show as busy setting determines whether or not the event appears as a busy block in the user's calendar. The busy block is seen when you Share Calendar with another person and give them See only free/busy permission.

    You can create private events by creating events in another user's calendar. The events will not be in a space, in this case. The user's calendar must be shared with you and you must have add/edit permission for the user's calendar to do this.

    Grace

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