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An error occurred while saving the commentCristina Bermejo commented
I work with complex calendars.
I use recurrences to settle up meetings but sometimes there is a recurrence that has to be changed.
Sometimes, the need arises to end up these recurrences earlier than the date that was programmed originally. And here comes the problem: “If you changed specific appointments in the series, your changes will be cancelled and those appointments will match the series again”.
This is not applicable to a manager’s calendar because an executive’s calendar is the reflection of their work. And if you accept this statement, you change the agenda. The agenda is a document of great importance and cannot be modified in the past. A calendar appointment, for example, can be used to support an expense report’s audit or a conversation with a customer. I don’t want to bore anybody with more examples or specific situations but I can assure you that it is important not to modify calendars in the past. There used to be a feature that allowed to erase all meeting in the future without modifying the past ones and it would be very useful to restore it.Cristina Bermejo supported this idea ·