Ask user for confirmation before sending out updates to calendar invites
It would be useful to have a prompt for confirming whether we want invitation emails to be sent out to the event invitees, whenever we update the event. In most other calendar apps/clients, this is built-in, but in BC2, update emails are sent automatically without a chance of confirming.
In my knowledge of the email notifications, It is google who sends the update email to attendees, not BC.
When you make a modification BC update de database in Android, Android sync to your account in google, google receive the modification and update de attendees accordly. Only in google calendar web you can skip this functionality.
Correct me if I wrong.
Morgan Lam commented
Funny enough, 3 years later - I am still annoyed at this 'bug' / lack of feature
John Stevens commented
This also happens when I am the only person attending! An email is automatically sent to me, which is annoying.
Since recently BC2 acquired a new feature: for every event scheduled from an incoming email message all the recipients of the message are automatically added as attendees. I don't know who asked for that feature, and who decided to make it default, but after over 3 years of being a loyal user of BC1 Pro and BC2 Pro I'm considering looking for an alternative product.
I'm sick and tired of apologizing to hundred+ of my colleagues for regularly spamming them with meaningless emails every time there is a change in my personal calendar.
Yes, I potentially can delete the attendees, which means that every time I create an event I have to remember to scroll all the way to the bottom of the window and one by one (!!!) tap 100+ times on the tiny crosses in front of every email address in that list.
For over 5 years Google has been ignoring customers who asked for option to permanently disable the attendees email spamming feature, and now BC developers also decided to make our life more fun.
on Android device 5.1.1: i need, Change of date and close, than i'll choose - send to guests - with yes or no.
Morgan Lam commented
I have noticed something whenever I edit events where I have invited other people: they automatically get an email update of any changes I made. Now, in the regular Google Calendar, there is an option not to send an update - sometimes I am just adding an address, etc. or some extra detail and I don't want to be inundating my friends with small things flooding their inboxes.
Would there be a way for there to be a pop up bubble option not to send a notification (similar to how it is in the web version of Google Calendar)?