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Whodunnit!?

Postby nutterb » Fri Dec 31, 2010 6:10 pm

On the new calendar, is it possible to tell who created and/or modified an event? I have a couple that I don't think I added, but I can't be too sure.

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Postby aebrown » Fri Dec 31, 2010 8:57 pm

nutterb wrote:On the new calendar, is it possible to tell who created and/or modified an event? I have a couple that I don't think I added, but I can't be too sure.


The one place I know of where the creator of an event is displayed is on the conflicts (hard or potential) screen. It seems a bit silly that the only way to find this information would be to create an event at the same time as the event in question and look at the potential conflicts, but at least that's one way. I know of no way to see who modified an event.
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Needed Calendar Fetaure: Show event submitters name as "contact" for the event.

Postby kisaac » Mon Jan 03, 2011 10:54 am

nutterb wrote:On the new calendar, is it possible to tell who created and/or modified an event? I have a couple that I don't think I added, but I can't be too sure.


This will be a needed feature, and I'll submit it via feedback as we all should. It should show the submitter for the details of the event, or at least require a "contact" be entered for each event.

It's not just when you do conflict checking that you need to know who put the event on the calendar. Sometimes I want to ask the submitter to enter more details in the description, or question if a time or date in in error, or the bishopric would like to "mediate" some events time or date with other things happening, but there is no "workable" way to find submitter information. (aebrown, yes, very silly to submit a conflicting dummy event just so it will show the submitters name!)

Perhaps adding a "submitter" line, or a "contact" individual that pulls up with the event description is all that's needed.

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Postby russellhltn » Mon Jan 03, 2011 11:00 am

aebrown wrote:It seems a bit silly that the only way to find this information would be to create an event at the same time as the event in question and look at the potential conflicts, but at least that's one way.


Particularly since that functionality exists in the classic LUWS.
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