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Cancelled meeting should remain in calendar view even after processing cancellation

Customer expected the cancelled meeting to remain in the view until removed manually.  Would need a remove from Calendar action button or note to select remove/delete from delete dialog.

Below are the steps to reproduce this issue.

1) From Inbox, userA clicks on Actions/Tools/Preferences
2) Click on Calendar & To Do/Display/Views tab
3) Check the "Process cancelled meetings automatically" check box, and select "Show as cancelled in calendar"
4) Click OK to save
5) Chair sends a meeting invitation with userA in Required field
6) UserA accepts the invitation
7) Chair clicks on Owner Actions/Cancel to cancel
8) UserA goes to Calendar view and sees the cancelled meeting notice in the calendar
9) User A opens the Cancelled meeting.
10) User A goes back to the Calendar View and  found that cancelled meeting no longer stays at Calendar.


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  • Dec 24 2019
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  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel commented
    11 Aug, 2020 01:12pm

    The calendar is supposed to be displaying your actual schedule. The audit trail can be found in the "Entries and Notices" view

  • Guest commented
    8 Jan, 2020 06:24am

    of course .. it is necessary for history reasons for me and my delegates.

  • Admin
    Thomas Hampel commented
    7 Jan, 2020 11:55am

    Can you please explain why someone would like to keep a canecelled meeting in his/her calendar?