vlott wrote:The new feature allowing building admins to create events on an LDS Facility calendar means precisely that. They are events, but we are exposing an actual system-managed building calendar to building admin users and allowing them to create true events on that calendar. These events have nothing to do with restrictions.
I'm confused. I thought these two earlier statements of yours were clear and fit with earlier statements about what building schedulers could do in this new 2.7 version (for example, in the first post of this topic, by Jeff Nelson). It seems quite clear from these statements that building schedulers/admins can indeed create events.vlott wrote:If you're a bldg admin only, you'll be able to create a restriction or event. If you create an event, you will see the building in the calendar dropdown. You won't see any other calendars in the dropdown.
But then you just said the following:
There, you definitively state that a building scheduler can NOT create an event.vlott wrote:They are not able to "schedule" any events or reserve any LDS Facility for a meeting. They are able to create (a better term than "schedule") Restrictions, including "Blocked - Location Unavailable" (i.e., not assigned to a unit). But your point is valid, "Building scheduler" heretofore was the wrong term. It should have been "Building Admin".russellhltn wrote: 1. What are Building "Schedulers" (as it's called in the calender system) able to schedule without any additional rights?
So which is it?