RussellHltn wrote:I'm not sure as I'd want to completely go back to the old way. I'd be concerned about losing access to a calendar with calling turnover. Particularly if the users are added by name and not calling (which seems to be the default when a calendar is created).
I agree. There could be situations where no one might have administrative rights for a calendar. I like the somewhat looser implementation from an administrative standpoint.
But from kyleq's post, it appears that this looser implementation is not intentional. The other side of the argument is that some calendars should be very confidential (a stake president's interviews, particularly with people with sensitive moral, emotional, or disciplinary issues, could easily be in that category) and so other administrators (which include even the website administrator, who might not even be a clerk) should not be able to see those events.
mfmohlma wrote:I don't see the same behavior. As ward clerk, I can see the same type of private "appointment" calendar (Bishop and Exec. Sec. only) in the calendar list but can't add myself to it (no "add user" link appears). Maybe this behavior is only on a stake level.
Thanks for passing that on. As I said, I think this behavior is unintentional, but it's interesting to see that it might happen only at the stake level.