798 votesShawn Anderson commented
On the screen with the list of calendar/email accounts, simply allow an edit field in the upper-right corner which opens up a dialogue box showing editable/configurable features. One of these could be used to click a button which enables calendar drag (up/down) reordering by grabbing the a calendars' given title. Additionally, adding an the ability to click on the given calendar/email title could also allow a new (revised) calendar name to be entered by the user vs. just the assigned email.
Users would be able to associate each of their email accounts by its given role and/or function - regardless of the account owner (e.g. school, personal, shared family, personal work account, sales, customer service, premium customer service 8-5 pm technical support, premium 24/7 technical support, vendor support, employee John, employee Sarah, Security, cleaning crew etc.
Using email addresses as helpful naming convensions is not always possible/helpful, such as if the assigned email address used a naming convention which would offend the parties receiving or bring assigned to it (e.g. low priority customer support) or if different employees who received the shared calendar perceived/prioritized the calendar/email account in different ways (e.g. Todd vs. Mr Smith, coworker vs. boss, sales calendar as important and needing to readily accessible vs. a lesser priority calendar, a manager entering a planning meeting and needing to temporarily move certain calendars to a top-level status for quick access).
1,607 votesShawn Anderson commented
It appears that these may be listed in order of their being added. This is a bit frustrating, because I'm having to keep scrolling down to get to more recent - and more active accounts. Removing and then readding all of the incrementally less active accounts each time I need to prioritize access to a new - but more active account - is not a practical solution.
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