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Office 365 (Apple Calendar 10.9) - Assign "Read/Write/Modify" Permissions to my Calendar

You can give a delegate (user) access to your calendar and you can set permissions that define the activities that delegates can carry out for you.

Note: Apple Calendar does not support the ability to add delegates that are not within the Office 365 system. To do this, you must use the Outlook Web App. Please see Document 29847 is unavailable at this time. for instructions on how to do this.

The following topics are covered:

Permission Levels:

  • Read Only: Allows the user to view events in your calendar.
  • Read & Create: Allows the user to view events as well as create them. The user can edit or delete events they created, but cannot edit or delete events created by someone else.
  • Read & Write: Allows the user to both view events as well as create, delete, and edit them, regardless of who created the event.

Assign Permissions:

  1. Click Calendar in the menu bar, then select Preferences.

    Preferences

  2. Click on the Accounts tab, and make sure your Office365 account is selected on the left.
  3. Click on the Delegation tab.

    Delegation

  4. Click Edit... towards the bottom of the window.

    Edit

  5. Click the + symbol and type in the first and last name of the delegate (user) you'd like to share your calendar with.

    PlusMinus

  6. Select the name and e-mail address that matches that person.
  7. In the Calendars column, change the permission to the desired level needed.

    CalendarsColumn

  8. Once the delegate has been successfully added, click Done.

Modify Permissions:

  1. Click Calendar in the menu bar, then select Preferences.

    Preferences

  2. Click on the Delegation tab.

    Delegation

  3. Click Edit... towards the bottom of the window.

    Edit

    • To modify permissions for a delegate:
      1. Locate the delegate you'd like to change permission levels for and select them.
      2. In the Calendars column, change the permission to the desired level needed.

        CalendarsColumn

      3. Once the permissions have updated, click Done.
    • To delete a delegate:
      1. Locate the delegate you'd like to remove and select them.
      2. Click the symbol.

        PlusMinus

      3. Once the delegate has been successfully removed, click Done.



Keywords:office 365 o365 apple ical calendar read write modify change assign permission permissions share edit view delegate delegates create only mavericks maverick 10.9 os x osx o365   Doc ID:36260
Owner:Help Desk KB Team .Group:DoIT Help Desk
Created:2014-01-06 16:57 CDTUpdated:2017-11-30 11:41 CDT
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