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Janet

I'd really love it if someone can answer this one: I have a situation where I
manage an intern's calendar - I'm in charge of assigning him tasks, which I
put on the calendar. I want to start keeping notes on his performance in the
notes section, but I don't want him to be able to see these notes. Is there
a way of achieving this, or is this type of access restriction not possible
for someone's calendar? (Say, if you're the owner and it's in your computer,
can you give that person only certain rights or does he have them all?).

Thank you very much in advance!
 
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Diane Poremsky [MVP]

You can't block anything on his calendar. You could set your calendar events
to Private and make sure he does not have permission to view items marked
private.

For something like this, I think I'd use the journal.


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