Please make it possible to set Calendar permissions to read only so that it's possible to have a group calendar that can only be edited by selected members of the group.
Thanks for the request. Currently there is a way to set this property through powershell for groups, but it only works for users in OWA. We have this in our plans for Outlook desktop as well and will be working on it.
Mike Powell commented
To add another use case, I'd like to be able to expand permissions on a group calendar, to allow our whole organization to read a private group's calendar but only group members to edit.
Jim Robinson commented
Creating Sharepoint sites is nice, but it takes more admin overhead, user training, etc. Groups is easy for users to grasp and use, so permissions would be a minimal training curve. Please include calendar permissions in Office 365 Groups.
Rich Kettley commented
If it were possible for me to apply more "votes" to this feature I would. We desperately need this. I can't tell you how many times we've had a non-technical person send a group invite to go with him to some random (often non-business related) place, or to cancel an entire meeting for 150 people because he wasn't coming and thought he was simply taking it off of "his" calendar. We have done training on this and they still make this mistake. I would LOVE to be able to remove this ability from group members and only allow the admins to add/remove calendar items, files, etc.
Edward Liu commented
Just realised that I can change the calendar of anyone in the group. Cannot set only read permission. No good.
We want to be able to set the same permissions in theO365 Group calendar as we do in Public Folder calendars. We cannot migrate Public Folders to groups yet without this feature.
Yes please. We are trying to move all our calendars out of public folders into Groups, but this limitation is holding us back.
Selina White commented
I encouraged a group of people to use an Office 365 group for the calendar. They wanted to lock down who can edit the calendar. I did not know you could not assign calendar permissions.
Matt Mendenhall commented
I also vote for this feature to be implemented. We want to allow an executive assistant to be the only person allowed to add or edit events.