Can't create calendar in Confluence

Hello all, 

I now have the ability to add calendar's in our Confluence instance. However, whenever I try to add one (in the big 3 browsers), I get stuck as I can't type in either the Name or the Description field. I'm also not able to click on the Time Zone field.

Oddly enough, if I click the Name field, I get nothing, but if I click the Description field, it highlights, but I still can't type.

Any ideas? I'm an admin, so I can make changes if it's a permissions thing.



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Hey Steve, 


As we can see a Cloud instance used by you, since we host it in Atlassian and we do have the system administrators for it, the best suggestion would be to raise a new ticket with the Cloud support, through our support channel: 

There, we will have access to your instance and also help you to better understand what might be happening. smile




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This actually sounds like the The plugin just has not been Subscribed too yet.  

Team calendars is enabled and running by default, but Read only until you sign up for the calendar plugin.

To enable the team calendar add-on in more than read-only, you will need to go to:

  • https://<INSTANCE_NAME>
  • Search for Team Calendar
  • Select Free Trial

Once the Add-on is subscribed too, the application will become read write, and have full functionality.

Got it all sorted, thanks Earl. My only issue here is that the interface is misleading to someone who isn't subscribed. There's no copy or instruction for me to go and subscribe - it just looks like it's broken. Thanks for the response.

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