Here is my use case - we are currently on the Pro Plan. My CEO is one of my paid users. He has setup a secondary Google calendar for Press release related events that is empty otherwise. We have created a separate event-type link in Calendly so that our PR firm can book him whenever a media outlet requests his time. It needs to ignore his scheduled events - basically don't do any conflict checking, just allow the PR firm to pick any time. All of the rest of his booking links need to continue to obey the conflict rules.
Currently I can add up to 6 calendar accounts and the conflict rules check all 6 of them. While it appears I can have conflict management rules per connected calendar, these rules apply to all event types, not specific ones. I can't choose to ignore the conflict rules for just one of my event types.
The only work-around I can determine at the moment is to pay for another user that has access to his second calendar to avoid the problem and I don't feel like I should have to pay for that, especially since I'm on the top tier.
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