I didn't intend to use Team calendar, and the license is expired for my account. However, there are some left-behind calendar pages in my confluence currently set as read-only, and I cannot even delete it.
It is so annoying because it shows up in the side bar (Activity > All Updates) for the anonymous space.
You may delete Team Calendars from your Cloud instance in the Administration console under Manage Subscriptions:
I am sorry to hear Team Calendars was not useful for your team. Any feedback that would help us improve it for you is very welcome.
Well, the main point is not whether Team Calendar is useful to my team.
The point is, if my subscription of team calendar is expired or free trial period is over, I (as a admin) can neither remove or edit the permission of the left-behind pages of team calendar. In plugin page, I cannot even disable it.
These all leads to the calendar related pages appearing in the anonymous access of my site, which is poor. And I cannot control and hide it out, which is even poor.
The calendar related pages (at the bottom of the photo, XXXXX's Calendars) appearing in the anonymous access of my site:
In my billing, I don't have any subscription apart from Confluence cloud:
In manage add-on page, there isn't an option to disable the team calendar plugin
I just find a "Delete All Subscription" option, I clicked, but the pages are still there:
What make me upset the most is, I, as a admin, don't have permission on that page at all... (no permission on delete, or setting the permission...):
I contacted Atlassian support to remove Team Calendar from Confluence instance.
Bad news: There is no way to remove it, even Atlassian support cannot remove this add-on from Confluence.
Not so bad news: As an alternative way forward, Atlassian support opened a feature request in Confluence backlog: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/CONFCLOUD-68435
Please upvote this request so that they implement the much needed feature.
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