Webtop Shared Calendars

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(Wayne Bilger) #1

Wondering if there is a way to share Calendars so that they are shown in each users “Home” page.
As far as I can tell, only your own personal appointments are shown on your home page. If I have a shared calendar, all users can see the appointments in the calendar, but they do not show up on the home page, which is not what I think you would want from a groupware ‘home’ page.


(Federico Ballarini) #2

Calendars showed in home page are only related to “Personal Calendar”. I don’t know if @lucag and Webtop Team have planned to modify this function.+

Maybe a check into settings can help user to decide which calendars show into homepage… (Personal or also Shared…)


(Luca Gasparini) #3

Hi @wbilger and @federico.ballarini,
it could be possible since the search “anywhere” made on the home already returns events present on shared calendars.

What do you think @gabriele_bulfon of this possibility?


(Wayne Bilger) #4

This would be great, thanks so much for looking at this.
I do think it’s important, at least at my business that the users see all shared appointments on home, to not will be confusing.


(Luca Gasparini) #5

Before avoiding a misunderstanding :thinking:

The display of events of shared calendars is already possible on the calendar, just switch on both the category and the shared calendar:
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Do you confirm that this is not your problem?


(Wayne Bilger) #6

No, the problem is the shared calendar events don’t show in your ‘home’.
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(Luca Gasparini) #7

Ok @wbilger,
I wanted to make sure there were no misunderstandings :wink:


(gabriele_bulfon) #8

Hello, at the moment the Home is just a brief to show only personal data.
We may consider to make an option to show also shared data, now available only on specific service applications.

Gabriele


(Wayne Bilger) #9

Ok. Any idea on the timeline?
I don’t think it makes sense to only show personal data in a “Groupware” solution. I would assume anyone using would have shared company data.