Google calendar event options has functionality to email guests :
and it looks like 1 time function.
If there is a way Google calendar event to keep listing of email guests and trigger emails to them periodically?
Also I need these email guests to import/export, as I make app with import/export of Google calendar events.
I have a specific client which is demanding that guest users must not see each other when accessing the share screen inside de folder shared with them. Today a guest can access the shared folder specific with him and open the share panel and them start typing on the grant access box which will show the names of other guest they should not be aware of. I basically need to turn off that share panel for guests or make sure they cannot don’t see other guests in my Azure AD. Is it possible?
I have noticed that big players (like luxuryretreats, airbnb..) of the global market follow a specific process when a user choose guests on the filter tab.
Specifically, if the user chooses 5 guests, the results that he/she will see are 5+ and sorted from min-max. So he/she will see first all the villas with 5 guests and the 6,7,8 up to the maximum number of guests rather than just results that match the criteria provided by the user.
Is there a rationale for this that relates to improving the user experience, as the user has chosen that he would like to see villas with 5 guests and not 5 an more?
Thank you for your time in advance.
We are having a tenant with like 60 external guest users (added them as #EXT# in AAD) In order to control and manage these users I’m putting them in O365-securitygroups, after they accepted the invitation.
Those Sgroups have access to specific libraries on different SPO-teamsites.
-> As a member of SG_EXAMPLE1 I still don’t get access…
I broke inherited permissions ofc.
Am I doing s’thing wrong? Or does this take more than 1h to crawl?
Can anyone provide guidance to help with the external sharing user experience? I’m finding it to be a common problem that recipients of the “invite” are presented with a password request at first logon. If they attempt to reset the non-existent password, they are told that this isn’t permitted. Most users do not have a problem but I am unable to identify why some users are presented with this problem. I’m not clear when they should appear in the “guests” list (is that only when accepted?), so what does this tell me? How do we resolve the user issues (have seen suggestion that needs deleteing in 3 places!). How can this be avoided?
I am looking sites for Guest post. Sites domain SSL yani Https k saath ho …. Theme : Travel, Business, Games, Health, Entertaimen related DA 30+ with good index pages.
ONLY E-MAIL PLEASE:
I have a SharePoint site which is themed, but when an authenticated guest user logs in to the site, they get a black bar at the top.
In the browser console, I get the message “Cannot find theme color: Light1” from theming.js.
Any thoughts? Many thanks, D.
There will be 5 tables with 8 people at each table (40 guests), or possibly 6 tables with 8 people at each table (48 guests).
This will be a Mad Hatter tea party for women in a large hall (church setting). We would like the women to have 3 different table groupings of other women to socialize with. We want to “force” them to meet people they didn’t originally sit with. Everyone will seat themselves the first seating arrangement and socialize with whoever is at the first table group.
Next we want to give simple instructions for some women from each table to get up and move to a second table grouping, in order to mix with new people. This move seems easy – just have four women (perhaps every other seat) from each table stand up and rotate clockwise to the next table.
Finally, we want them to move to a third table grouping to meet and interact with a third set of women. This is where I’m stuck. How to select which women move the third time?
Two details that complicate the problem are: 1. One pre-assigned table leader need to be at each table grouping so that they can facilitate the ice breaker questions, and conversation.
- We plan to serve a variety of teas so the women can try different teas. We had thought that we would serve a different tea at each table. This poses a problem for the women who remain at the same table during rotations, because they will be “stuck” with the tea that is served at their table. Perhaps we should offer a tea buffet instead?
What ideas do you brilliant people have for making our party a success