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Managing, disabling, or removing Sync Policies
Managing, disabling, or removing Sync Policies

How to manage, edit, and disable or delete your sync policies.

Updated over a week ago

During onboarding, Reclaim will prompt you to connect one source calendar and one destination calendar. However, if you have more calendars that you want to sync between one another, it's easy to add more Sync Policies (learn more about creating a sync policy in this doc).

What is a Sync Policy?

A Sync Policy is a set of rules you give Reclaim for syncing one calendar to another. Sync policies can only move in one direction (for example, from Calendar A β†’ Calendar B) and involve one source calendar and one destination calendar.

View and manage your existing Sync Policies

To view your existing sync policies and customize them, navigate to the Calendar Sync page in Reclaim.

Click on any of the account tabs at the top of the list to filter the list to only sync policies involving calendars from that account, or select a policy from the 'All Syncs' tab.

Once you've found a sync policy you want to edit, click on it to see a full list of settings.

A Sync Policy has several configurable settings:

You can make changes to these after a sync policy has been created to update your preferences at any time.

Disabling Sync Policies

If you need to disable a sync policy, you can toggle the sync on or off using the toggle switch under 'Status':

Note: Toggling this too many times too quickly can get your account limited by Google due to the number of event changes, so updates and re-syncs may slow down and take additional time. Please give your syncs a few minutes between toggling them on and off.

Deleting Sync Policies

To delete a sync policy, navigate to the policy that you'd like to delete, and select the policy/edit the policy.

At the bottom of the edit screen will be an option to delete the sync completely. Note: deleting a sync policy cannot be reversed.

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