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Calendar Manager Profiles

There are Personal and Common profiles in Calendar Manager.

A Personal profile contains your personal settings and databases (Queries and Calendar Topics Rules). You don't share them with others.

A Common profile contains a configuration to share common settings and databases with different users. For example, you and your colleagues should have the same Calendar Queries, Calendar Topic Rules, and Task Info for Google Events if you use a Google Calendar as a task tracker.

During installation, the Calendar Manager automatically creates a Personal Profile. If you work with two computers, you can move the profile folder to a shared folder (Google Drive, etc.).

Common Profile is disabled at installation. You can create it by specifying a storage folder for the profile data. You or a system administrator determine the Access Permissions to this folder. See here.

You can select the desired profile in the drop-down menu of the Calendar Manager button on the MindManager Ribbon (Advanced tab):

You can select the desired profile from the Calendar Manager button dropdown menu:

The Common command is active only when you specify the path to the Common profile.

Thus, when you work in your Personal Profile, Calendar Manager uses the configuration file in the Personal Profile folder and uses the Calendar Queries and Calendar Topic Rules from the databases in this folder. When you switch to the Common profile, Calendar Manager uses data from the files located in the Common profile folder.

The Query Manager task pane and the Calendar Topic Rules window have Personal Profile and Common Profile buttons. So, you can easily access Queries and Rules from the Personal Profile and the Common Profile. You can copy Queries and Rules from one profile to the other.

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