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I can't seem to find a spot for the person who adds an event to the calendar to enter his/her email address. If they make a mistake in their entry, I have no way of contacting them. Can that be included somehow? It would be VERY helpful.
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Let me check into this; I believe it was a scheduled enhancement.
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Thanks. I'm also having a problem finding the calendar additions I get notifications about. I log into my calendar and it doesn't take me to the event. Sometimes it does, but rarely. When it doesn't.... where the heck do I find the event? I got one today for Jan 22, 2011 but there is no such event on that date to approve. If you can't put a link in the email I receive directly to the event, can you at least put a menu button for "Events to approve"? Thanks.
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The "Events to Approve" link is a good idea; we are also checking to make sure notifications aren't being sent out for events that arent saved correctly due to data entry errors.
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