NOTE: Calendly's browser extension is available on Google Chrome, Firefox, or Microsoft Edge.
Calendly is making changes to our existing extension permissions (Google Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge) effective April 2024. This article details the changes made, and available actions to take on the changes.
New extension permissions
Calendly will ask for read/change permission on your internet browser, and therefore be visible on all sites. For example, the extension will be able to determine if you are using Google Chrome as an internet browser.
Current extension permissions
|What our extension does
|What our extension does not do
Disabling the updated extension permissions
If you wish to turn off the extension, you can do so by viewing the extension's Permissions page in your internet browser. You can also use this menu to turn off the extension's entry points to specific sites. These actions are available after installing the extension and using it to sign in to Calendly. Below are screenshots of these menus in each supported browser.
If you are using Calendly's extension on a managed internet platform, your IT admins can override the extension's permissions using the
runtime_allowed_hosts fields. Use the links below for browser-specific steps:
Mozilla Firefox NOTE: Firefox uses the
restricted_domains field for these permissions.