Another year, another new macOS version. This one, macOS Mojave, has new privacy settings which need app specific changes. Chris Hoffman from How-To Geek:
In the past, apps running on your Mac could access much of this data without asking you for permission. Now, to better protect against malware or sneaky apps viewing your data without your permission, apps must request access to more resources.
Settings vary, but start with System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy.
Apps must prompt you for permission before accessing location services, contacts, calendars, reminders, and your photo libraries. They must also get your permission before accessing your camera, microphone, or your Mac’s automation features. Importantly, the app’s developer has to declare these capabilities as part of the app
A bit like iOS permissions and a welcome addition.