Activities in Robin help bring people together, emphasizing one of the most important aspects of the in-office experience: time with people
Since our team added this capability in Robin, we've received feedback from customers on how they're using activities, and what else may be useful to them. And, since activities are the first place in Robin where users can create their own content, some customers shared that they'd like to have a way to set custom permissions for this capability.
Starting today, Robin admins can decide who can create and manage permissions for those activities. Required? Nope! This is optional, and the default will still be for anyone to be able to create activities. We can see, though, how this may be particularly helpful for larger organizations who have different goals or processes depending on the office location
You can learn more about permissions and how to set them here, or login to your account to see it for yourself.