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As my company's Confluence Site Administrator, I'd like to be able to access a Confluence Calendar which has been restricted from editing if need be. Currently navigating through the Confluence Administration (i.e. site settings) area (including the Team Calendars section within), I cannot find a way to do this; documentation that may be out there explaining how to do this seemingly hard to find also.
I don't even see the option to request access from whoever the creator of the Calendar may be...
Can someone please help me do this, or can this feature be incorporated in future versions soon?
Currently only the creator of the calendar can control restrictions on a Team Calendar.
We have feature requests for this in both Cloud and Server:
These would allow the Confluence Administrators to be able to recover access.
Lastly, there is another feature to see in particular who created a calendar so you would know who to request access from:
Let me know if you have any questions about this.
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