How to improve privacy while sharing two-way sync calendar with pipedrive?

Martin Pecha_2338
Martin Pecha_2338 Member Posts: 146
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I started using two-way sync with pipedrive. Really cool as I do not have to duplicate stuff in pipedrive. However, a lot of meetings I create in my calendar are not related to sales and I prefer not to share their content with others. Since these events are synced in pipedrive as my activities, everyone can see them. Is there a way, how to define, which things I want to have public and which not?

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  • Boris Tsibelman
    Boris Tsibelman Member Posts: 847
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    edited February 2022 #2

    You can create a new calendar called  "PERSONAL or PRIVATE"

    Then events that are unrelated to work, you can add to that specific calendar. 

  • Martin Pecha_2338
    Martin Pecha_2338 Member Posts: 146
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    edited April 2021 #3

    You can create a new calendar called  "PERSONAL or PRIVATE"

    Then events that are unrelated to work, you can add to that specific calendar. 

    I have trouble, that these are usually events related to work (meetings with product teams, 1on1 calls, regular sales meetings etc.) - I just do not want to share them on the platform as activities.

  • Morten Hjort
    Morten Hjort Member Posts: 8
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    edited August 2021 #4

    I concur. Also a dealbreaker for me. Too many activities are not related to sale and the Calendar view gets too messy. A new extra calendar is not an optimal solution. 

     

    Ain't there a way to only show activities which are related to a Lead?

  • Wiktor J.
    Wiktor J. Member Posts: 1
    edited September 2021 #5

    You can create a new calendar called  "PERSONAL or PRIVATE"

    Then events that are unrelated to work, you can add to that specific calendar. 

    Hi Martin, did you get a hint or solution to this challenge we have in common? Please share.

  • SCG
    SCG Member Posts: 1
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    I need to give my employees access to my calendar to book appointments but I don't want them having access to my details of my meetings? Can anyone help with this?