I am playing around with the Team Calendar addon and like to know how to remove specific events? Feel a bit silly that I need to ask the community how to do this :/
Editing events does NOT contain a delete button
basically how you populate is by adding an EVENT of a specific type (Travel, Birthday, JIRA sprints, JIRA releases) but the problem is hat I cannot find a way to REMOVE events of the last two types!
e.g. a travel event can be deleted by clicking it
But the JIRA Sprints/releases events do not contain a delete button anywhere, not on edit, no on hover, not on click.. Find it hard to believe they cannot be deleted
You can delete JIRA Project Releases. Go to the Calendars menu in Confluence. Find the specific calendar in question. Find the JIRA Project Release you want to delete. Hover over the event. Click the ... buttom. Select Remove... There is a confirmation dialog after that. Click Delete Event. I'm using Confluence 6.0.3.
This add-on get information/events based on your JIRA Project version dates/due dates/sprint/release dates. I have not used it extensively, but that's based on my experience so far. Maybe there is a configuration somewhere to display certain events only (but I am thinking it's all or nothing).
I am having the same problem as @Lucas Molenaar. I have added a "JIRA Project Releases" event type to a calendar, but now I want to remove that entire event type from the calendar. The only way I can see how to do this now is to delete the entire calendar and recreate it. It's very strange that this functionality isn't present.
I have multiple projects that use variations of the same base workflow. The variations depend on the requirements of the project or issue type. The variations mostly come in the form of new statuses ...
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