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Enable access to calendar

Before you begin

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Audience: Administrators

If your organization uses calendar, you'll need to enable access for the necessary non-admin user groups.

There are 2 access levels you can assign for calendar:

Enable view access

Assign view access to users who need to see the calendar, but don't need to reassign or reschedule work orders.

To enable view access:

  1. Navigate to Settings > User Groups.

  2. Click the user group you want to enable view access for.

  3. Click the Menu Permissions tab.

  4. Select the Can See 'Dashboard' Top Menu and Can See 'Calendar BETA' Menu Item checkboxes:

    cal_menu_perm.png
  5. Click the Page Permissions tab.

  6. In the Page drop-down list, select Calendar BETA.

  7. Select the Can Access The 'Calendar BETA' Page checkbox:

    access_cal_perm.png
  8. Click Save.

  9. Repeat steps 2-8 for any additional user groups you want to enable view access for.

 

Enable edit access

Any edits to a work order in the calendar also update the actual work order itself in Maintenance > Work Orders. This means that any users who need to reassign or reschedule work orders in the calendar must be assigned edit access for work orders.

To enable edit access:

  1. Navigate to Settings > User Groups.

  2. Click the user group you want to enable edit access for.

  3. Click the Menu Permissions tab.

  4. Select the Can See 'Dashboard' Top Menu and Can See 'Calendar BETA' Menu Item checkboxes:

    cal_menu_perm.png
  5. Click the Page Permissions tab.

  6. In the Page drop-down list, select Calendar BETA.

  7. Select the Can Access The 'Calendar BETA' Page checkbox:

    access_cal_perm.png
  8. In the Page drop-down list, select Work Order Administration.

  9. Select the Has 'Save' Button On The 'Work Order Administration' Page checkbox:

    edit_wo_perm.png
  10. Click Save.

  11. Repeat steps 2-10 for any additional user groups you want to enable edit access for.

 
 
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