RussellHltn wrote:I assume the warnings when unsubscribing is similarly bogus? I hadn't worried about them until now since I had only been working with public calendars.
The only warning I get when I attempt to unsubscribe from a calendar (either public or private) for which I am an editor is this: "You are an editor of this calendar. You could toggle the calendar off instead of unsubscribing. Are you sure you want to unsubscribe?"
That doesn't seem bogus at all. It's a helpful reminder that unsubscribing will mean that you will no longer be able to see events on a calendar that you have some responsibility for. In such a situation, you could create an event on that calendar, but then not see it appear. That could be confusing (and we have seen posts on this forum where people clearly were confused by this very scenario).
The message could be worded better (will everyone understand what "toggle the calendar off" means?), but the message does seem useful.
Questions that can benefit the larger community should be asked in a public forum, not a private message.