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Categorizing Entries in a team Calendar

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I have created a group calendar that people can access so we can have better control over the scheduling of emails that go out to our constituents. We are trying to have even more order by incorporating a color coding system to the calendar, depending on the type of email that is going out. I understand that the only person who can assign a color to the email categorization is the person that creates the entry, but it seems that the colors assigned are not showing in other people’s calendars. Do you know if there is any way that we can fix this?

I'm getting a message saying that I can’t change the color categorization for meetings within a team calendar. It would also be great if I could have an alert system whereby a user gets notified if there is a new entry or change made to the team calendar. Any suggestions?
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It would also be great if I could have an alert system whereby a user gets notified if there is a new entry or change made to the team calendar. Any suggestions?
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