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What does Solid do with my calendar access?


Solid works on top of your calendar and needs access to it in order to replicate all meetings you have scheduled. Meetings can't be created or deleted from Solid yet. Solid doesn't alter any of the information entered in your calendar. It doesn't edit or modify your meetings title, description, date or participants. Solid may optionally add a link at the end of the meetings description to help you quickly launch Solid from your calendar and invite other participants to join in.