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Team Calendars Management

As a Confluence Admin,

Are there ways to see all created Team Calendar?

I would like to be able to manage these calendars. . . see who created them, their creation dates, last updated, total number of entries, # of subsriptions, # of macro embeds, # of My Calendar embeds, etc. . .

Just looking for ways to have some management capabilities to these team calendars.

Thanks!

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We are tracking this feature request here: https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/TEAMCAL-1134

Thanks and we look forward to this new feature!

If you could mark this thread as answered, that would be great.

You can do it via database, just modify the below query to your needs. I believe that after you have a list of all your team calendar creators, you can educate the users to manage their own calendar, and after with report you can check if this is really happening or now.

SELECT u.username, c.NAME, c.SPACE_KEY FROM [confluence].[dbo].[user_mapping] u,
[confluence].[dbo].[AO_950DC3_TC_SUBCALS] c
WHERE u.user_key = c.CREATOR and c.PARENT_ID is NULL and c.SUBSCRIPTION_ID is NULL; 

Just checked myself and couldn't find anything. Would be interested to see something like this as well - plus 1 on your question Khanh!

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