Access permissions to ward calendar

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Access permissions to ward calendar

Postby geek » Thu Apr 01, 2010 12:53 pm

Our building is shared between three wards (A, B, and C) in two stakes (X and Y). The building scheduler lives in Ward A. On the ward website, there's a Resources link where we've posted a building calendar. The problem is, only the members in wards A and B (in stake X) can see the building calendar. The members in ward C (stake Y) cannot see it.

How can we set up access in lds.org so that members from different stakes can see the same calendar?
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Postby calebpusey » Thu Apr 01, 2010 1:53 pm

The best way to do this currently, is to assign one coordinator between the wards different stakes that will be setup as a Non-resident member of the other stake. They can then coordinate the calendars together and move items back and forth.
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Postby crislapi » Thu Apr 01, 2010 2:35 pm

There is no way to make it so everyone in both stakes can access the resource. However, if one person is designated in ward Y as the scheduler, he/she can be designated as a non-resident member of stake X, thereby granting just him/her access to the resource calendar.

See here to get started. This topic has been discussed previously on the forum so try searching for more info.

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Postby geek » Thu Apr 01, 2010 3:20 pm

Thanks. I actually did poke around previously but hadn't found the other thread until you linked to it. That's what we'll try.
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Postby geek » Thu Apr 01, 2010 3:23 pm

(Although, if there's a flaw here, it's that LUWS design assumes that buildings belong to only one stake, which isn't true in real life. Maybe something for a future enhancement.)
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