New Calendars module permissions

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This article is for our newest event management module, New Calendars module. This new product is currently in closed beta. Additional information for current clients will be sent as soon as possible. Please see the following for additional updates:

Here, we’ll describe the process for granting permissions within the Calendars module. This module will be available to admin user groups with Composer permissions checked off in the Admin Users module. Set permissions for the following levels within the Calendars module: Global Level, Calendar Folder Level, and Individual Calendar Level

Global Folder Individual Calendar

Set Global Level permissions

To set Global Level permissions for Calendars, go to the gear icon in the top-right corner of the Dashboard.

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This will open up the Global Calendar Permissions window with one column where you can configure permissions for each of your Admin User groups.. 

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For each group, choose from the following levels: Admin, Access, and Not Allowed.

  • Admin level grants complete access to the Calendars module, AND users are allowed to set module-level permissions for other users. This is the highest permission level. Users can see everything, edit any settings, create, view, edit, and delete all Folders, Calendars, and Events in all possible ways.
  • Access level allows admin users to view the Calendars module and is required in order to use View, Edit or Admin level permissions at a lower level. Setting Folder and Calendar levels allows you to slightly increase permissions for users.

Important Note

Users with this level will not see any folders or calendars unless granted permission at the Folder or Calendar level.

  • Not Allowed means that users will not see the Calendars module in their modules menu.

Finalsite's Three-Step Guide to Setting Permissions

For an overview on how permissions work within the Finalsite system, read, "The Finalsite Guide to Permissions" where you can find a List of Permission Guides for each area. 

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