If you included a team calendar on a confluence page, e.g Team home page, you get added as a watcher via pages:
Consequently, anyone watching this page will get an email notification every time the calendar is updated.
A use case that is annoying is when the calendar has different event types for different customers (10+) and your team is only interested in 1 or 2 customers. So there is a lot of notification noise when not is wanted.
Anyone who wants notifications can watch the calendar but should not get penalised for watching the page.
Is there any way to stop this?
I could not find a similar feature request.
We have an existing feature request regarding your issue:
Please feel free to add a comment or engage in the conversation. Product managers and our developer staff are constantly watching these feature requests; please help them understand the impact of this feature on your daily workflow. Keep in mind that this is where other customers will see your feedback as well; overall this will be a much more visible and productive place to communicate when compared to this private support ticket.
If you'd like to understand a bit more about our approach to handling these type of requests, you may find the following article interesting: https://confluence.atlassian.com/jira/new-features-policy-206865186.html
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