Calendar

Why do I receive calendar invitations that don't work ever since I changed my UCSBnetID?

This happens because the event creator invited you using your old Connect address, <oldnetid>@ucsb.edu. If they have used the old address to invite you in the past, it still exists in their Contacts and was available to select in the "Add: Guests" field. The invitation you receive is non-functioning because you are logged into Connect as <newnetid>@ucsb.edu. For more infomation, please see Changing My UCSBnetID.

If a person has more than one address, which one do I invite to a meeting?

When creating meetings, if a person has more than one address, ALWAYS select their @ucsb.edu address. If a person has more than one @ucsb.edu address, either will work. If a person does not have an @ucsb.edu address, they do not have a Connect Calendar account, and selecting their department address will send a meeting invitation email.

Can I give my personal google calendar access to a Connect Calendar?

Yes, you can "share" your Connect Calendar with anyone who has an @gmail.com address. You can even allow them to "make changes" to your primary calendar. NOTE: although you can assign "make changes" for a custom calendar you created on your account or for a resource, the @gmail.com account will be able to view but not create or modify events on these types of calendar.

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