Manage shared and teammate calendar access for Front Calendar
Front Calendar makes it easy to schedule meetings with Front teammates and on team calendars by allowing you to instantly view those calendars. Company admins will be able to control the default access to calendars in Front, and owners of individual calendars can further edit their settings as well.
Manage company-wide calendar access
Company admins can control the default level of access that’s allowed for teammate’s calendars in Front.
Click the gear icon on the top right of Front and into the Company settings tab, and choose Preferences under the Company section.
From here, you can edit your company's Calendar sharing preference.
There are three options for this setting:
- Show all event details: allows teammates to see each other’s events but not edit them
- Free/busy information only: allows teammates to see each other’s free/busy information but not the details of their events
- No sharing: does not allow teammates to see each other’s calendars
Click the blue Save button on the top right corner to save your changes.
Manage teammate access for a specific calendar
You can also change the teammate access for a specific calendar that you own.
Click the Calendar icon at the top left of Front to open your Front Calendar.
Hover over the calendar in the My calendars section, and click the three dot menu next to the calendar name. Then click Edit.
In the Edit calendar menu, use the Teammate access dropdown to pick the level of access that you'd like your teammates to have for this calendar.
Click the blue Save button to save your changes.
Do my privacy settings carry over from Google Calendar/Office 365?
For calendars that are imported directly from Google Calendar or Office 365, we respect the access level set within those calendars for any user who is already subscribed to that calendar. For example, if Tom is already subscribed to Julie's calendar in Google Calendar, we will respect that security. For users who are not subscribed to a private calendar in Google Calendar or Office 365, we follow the company and calendar-level preferences as defined in Front.