With a paid Premium or Pro Calendly subscription, you can create shared event types without first creating a team to make collaborating with others in your organization quicker.
To start working with shared event types, you need to add another person to your solo account.
Types of shared events
There are two types of shared events you can create:
Collective events let you host an event with another person and let invitees pick a time when you're all available. Collective events are great for groups who meet regularly with clients and want to make sure everyone is available at the same time, such as decision making meetings or status updates.
Round robin events are 1-to-1 bookings that automatically rotate team members to pair one team member with an invitee based on availability and other specific preferences you can set. Round robin events are great for groups that rotate the responsibility of hosting, such as a sales team meeting with leads.
Where to find your shared event types
Once you create a shared event type, it will appear on your Home page below your individual event types so you can find and reuse them.
Once a shared event type has been booked, you can view it within Scheduled Events.
Modifying a shared event type
Once you schedule a shared event, it will show up on your Home page under your Scheduled Events tab. To cancel or reschedule the event, select Details on the right-hand side of the scheduled meeting.
To control how a round robin event is reassigned when an invitee reschedules, you can set a preference within the event type to reschedule by reassigning through round robin, or rescheduling with the original host.
Anyone assigned as a host of a shared event type can edit and modify that event type. Once a round robin shared event has been scheduled, the assigned host is the only one that can modify and edit that scheduled event.
See these procedures:
How to set up a collective shared event
How to set up a round robin shared event
How to edit hosts for shared events
How to manage who can create new shared event types within your organization - BETA
How to remove yourself from a shared event type - BETA