He was murdering everyone in that period of a few years.

We are set for the first big boxing Manny Pacquiao vs Adrien Broner showdown of 2019. Saturday night on Showtime pay-per-view (9 p.m. ET), the legendary Manny Pacquiao will make his return to fight in the United States for the first time in over two years as he puts his WBA welterweight championship on the line against challenger Adrien Broner.

Pacquiao (60-7-2, 39 KOs) last fought in July 2018, a TKO victory over Lucas Matthysse in…

He was murdering everyone in that period of a few years.

Outlook Calendar to SharePoint 365 for everyone to view

Perhaps this has been answered in another post and if so I apologize for taking up your time and you can just redirect me to the thread that it has been resolved under (if possible thank you).

This is my Scenario:

User A has an Outlook calendar that is used to create meetings, events and so forth for other users. Essentially this user manages the schedule for other users using that one calendar in their Outlook.

EG: That calendar will have meetings for User A, B, C and D

My Question:

I would like to sync User A’s calendar in Outlook to a SharePoint Calendar and have it display to all users in SharePoint.

Can this be done?

What I have tried?

  1. I created a demo user account to simulate user A.
  2. I created several dummy meeting requests to myself and two other people using User A’s Outlook calendar.
  3. I used the Sync option from the SharePoint end to connect to the Calendar in Outlook.

  4. This is where my issue occurs a) When I go into the calendar on SharePoint to see it. All that I see is my events in the calendar and no one else’s. I need the ability to see other peoples events and meetings as well.

I believe it’s a permission problem somewhere as the Calendar (in SharePoint) for whatever reason only displays that logged in users events, meetings and so forth which I do not need.

My Requirement: I need like a global view of all events displayed regardless of who is logged in on that SharePoint calendar that is connected to User A’s Outlook.

Thank you.

Is it possible to make Facebook stories available for everyone after 24 hours just like in Instagram?

In Instagram you can feature a story and it will remain visible for anyone after 24 hours. In Facebook you can’t do this, but you archive them, and they will remain visible, but only for you, apparently. The place where Facebook stories are archived has a caption which says “only you can see your stories archive” and it has a padlock icon along to that caption.

Is it possible to make Facebook stories available for everyone after 24 hours just like in Instagram?

Does everyone in a party need to be 62 or over to qualify for the Marriott senior discount?

I’m booking a trip with my mother and mother-in-law, who are both over 62 years old. The hotel we’re staying in is a Marriott, which offers a senior discount for travelers 62 and over.

Traveling is one of life’s great pleasures – especially when you take advantage of Marriott’s senior discount. If you’re 62 years or older, you can save 15% or more on your room rate at Marriott brand hotels worldwide, seven days a week. So, start planning your trip and plan to save.

What I can’t figure out is whether everyone traveling needs to be 62+ or if only one person does. There are specific restrictions mentioned on the hotel’s rate information page

Marriott Senior Discount

  • Available to guests 62 years of age or older.
  • Proof of age eligibility required at check-in.
  • Limit of two rooms per night.

Maybe I’m being too literal but I don’t want to check in and have them tell us that we can’t have the rate for both of the rooms we’re booking because only two members of our party are seniors and then charge us the current rate for the hotel.

I found this on another site but it was the only place I’ve seen it mentioned that only one person has to be a senior and even then it’s not 100% clear.

Do I have to travel with a senior to get the discount?

Yes, you sheister. In practice, you won’t get ‘carded’ 100% of the time as it really depends on the mood of the desk agent. Otherwise, Marriott requires valid photo ID showing the date of birth for the senior.

This brings me to my next point. You do not need to book the reservation under the senior’s name in order to get the discount. You can book it and add them as a guest with you. Just be prepared to have the senior’s photo ID showing date of birth for the desk agent.

Is there any official clarity on this?

Sending an email to everyone with a certain role using rules in Drupal 7

Thanks for reading!

Me: Small business owner with no coding or Drupal background who wants to learn by doing instead of hiring a developer for every small thing.

Goal: I have a Drupal 7 website and would like to send different types of emails to users of specific roles using the Rules (or an easier way if you care to suggest it). I’ve explored using Rules to accomplish this with some success by cloning similar ones and making small changes, but making one from scratch is more challenging. I’ve wrapped my head around scheduling the event and creating the email in the action, but specifically editing the condition is a barrier. I assume that the element “User has role(s)” is what I should use, but I’m confused on how to drill down the “data selector” under the USER area. I’d like the system to evaluate all members of the site and email everyone with a specific role…I don’t see an appropriate option. Maybe I’m looking at the wrong condition element. Little lost – I’m sure it is a painfully obvious to someone who knows what they’re doing.

All constructive suggestions and guidance welcome on how to accomplish this – trying to learn! Thank you!