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When I add an existing calendar it would be great to know:
a) Who created the calendar
b) Who are using the calendar
For b) currently only user count is shown (see screenshot).
Also it would be good to include a description of the purpose of the Calendar (when creating), since names don't tell much about the content of the calendar.
Thanks in advance,
Can you please describe why do you need a) and b)? Do you want to manage other people calendars? Or analyze youк calendar usage statistics? Locate neccessary calendars easily?
Detailed anser would help us to plan not only this particular feature, but the whole plugin development in common.
I think Calendars can be more efficiently used in a project if as a project manager I can:
For this I think a) + b) would help, since I can know who have added the calendar and the team can known that I created a Calendar that they should add.
There is another plugin I use that pushes filters and dashboards that I create, so users from a group I specify don't have to add those manually. It's implemented as a JIRA service and it runs by a cron. This would be ideal, but at least with b) I can know who has added my calendar and who has not.
Hope this helps.
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