Browser extensions guide

When your Calendly extension updates to version 4.0, your web browser might automatically disable the extension. To continue using Calendly's features via the extension, it will need to be re-enabled. To do so:

  1. Locate your extensions toolbar. If affected, you will see an "Error" prompt. Below is an example of this prompt in Google Chrome.image (19).png
  2. Selecting this button will show that the Calendly extension has been disabled, with an exclamation point next to the message. Select this message.
  3. From the pop-up, select the Accept permissions button.

An example of this procedure in Google Chrome is below:



Once you accept the new permissions, the Calendly extension will be enabled!


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