You can give calendar access to others so that they can access and use your Teamup calendar. This is great for groups, teams, families, and organizations. A calendar user, or account user, can log in to Teamup and access your calendar with the permission level you give them.
Add an account calendar user to your calendar
To add an account user to your calendar, open your calendar in a browser.
- Then go to Settings > Sharing.
- Select Add User.
- Enter the new user’s email address.
- Set the permissions for the new users:
- Choose which sub-calendars they can access.
- Choose which access permission to give for the sub-calendars.
Get all the details here →
When to add an account-based calendar user
You can also grant access to a Teamup calendar via a customized, shareable calendar link. Using a shareable link is good when you want to let a large group view the calendar securely, create a calendar display, or give temporary calendar access to someone.
Adding an account-based calendar user is good in these situations:
- When you have a new employee or team member who will need regular calendar access. Learn more about working with teams.
- When you want to collaborate with someone regularly on a project timeline or calendar.
- When you want to organize and schedule shared space for your team, add each person as a user and allow them to book times in the shared space. Here’s a story about that.
- When you want to have departmental or regional supervisors add events, meetings, and deadlines to the calendar, add each supervisor as a calendar user. Here’s more on role-based calendar access.