Encrypt in Calendar
In Notes today you have the option to "encrypt" a meeting that you are creating. So a few questions have arisen recently that I'd like to get feedback on.
1. Do you (and/or your business users) know what encrypt does when you create a meeting?
2. Do you (and/or your business users) know how encrypt differs from Mark as Private?
3. Do you and/or your business users) know how encrypt affects a meeting that has been delegated? So, the scenario here is Ted (our Manager persona) creates a meeting and selects the encrypt checkbox. What does that mean for Betty (our AA persona)? Does Ted know what encrypt does?
4. Would it be useful if encrypt was also available to Ted for use with nonmeetings (reminders, appointments, etc)?
A few notes about "encrypt"
In addition to protecting the invitations that are being sent , "encrypt" prevents people with edit access to your calendar from viewing/editing the Description field on the calendar entry. It is important to note that the person with Edit access can still see the subject and times associated with the entry and edit those values, so it is different from the Mark as Private function (which hides this information from users with Read Only access to your calendar). Which leads to one final question:
5. How often do you (and/or your business users) use the Description field when creating a Reminder/Appointment/Anniversary/etc?[Read More]