How to share Google Calendar

Hey there! Are you looking to learn how to share your Google Calendar? Look no further because I’ve got you covered. Sharing your Google Calendar is a great way to keep your friends, family, or colleagues up-to-date on your schedule, and it’s super easy to do. So, let’s dive right in and get you started!

How can I share my Google Calendar?

Sharing your Google Calendar is a breeze. Just follow these simple steps:

  1. Open your Google Calendar on a computer.
  2. On the left-hand side, find the “My calendars” section and hover over the calendar you want to share.
  3. Click on the three vertical dots that appear.
  4. Select “Settings and sharing.”
  5. Under the “Access permissions” section, click on the “+ Add people” button.
  6. Enter the email address of the person you want to share your calendar with.
  7. Choose the level of access you want to grant them (more on that below).
  8. Click “Send” to send them an invitation email.

And that’s it! You’ve successfully shared your Google Calendar with someone. Easy, right?

What are the different access levels I can grant?

When you share your Google Calendar, you have the flexibility to choose from three different access levels:

  • See only free/busy (hide details): With this access level, the person you’ve shared your calendar with will only be able to see when you’re booked or available. They won’t be able to see any specific details about your events. This is a good option if you want to keep your schedule private but still let others know when you’re free.
  • See all event details: This access level allows the person to see all the details of your events, including the event title, description, time, and location. They’ll be able to access this information directly from their own Google Calendar.
  • Make changes to events: With this access level, the person can not only see all event details but can also make changes to your events. They can add or remove events, edit event details, and even invite others to events. Only grant this level of access to people you trust!

It’s important to choose the access level that best suits your needs and the level of privacy you want to maintain. Remember, you can always change the access level later if needed.

Can I share my calendar with someone who doesn’t use Google Calendar?

Absolutely! One of the great things about Google Calendar is that you can share it with anyone, even if they don’t use Google Calendar themselves. When you send someone an invitation to view your shared calendar, they’ll receive an email with a link. They can simply click on the link to view your calendar in their web browser, no Google account required!

Can I Use Google Assistant to Share My Google Calendar?

Yes, you can use Google Assistant without turning off google assistant to share your Google Calendar effortlessly. Simply ask Google Assistant to share your calendar with specific contacts, and it will grant them access to view or edit your events, ensuring efficient synchronization and organization.

How do I stop sharing my calendar?

If you want to stop sharing your calendar with someone, either temporarily or permanently, you can easily do so. Just follow these steps:

  1. Open your Google Calendar on a computer.
  2. On the left-hand side, find the “My calendars” section.
  3. Hover over the calendar you want to stop sharing.
  4. Click on the three vertical dots that appear.
  5. Select “Settings and sharing.”
  6. Under the “Access permissions” section, find the person you want to remove.
  7. Click on the “Remove” button next to their name.

And voila! They will no longer have access to your calendar. If you change your mind later, you can always re-share it with them.

Key Takeaways

✓ Sharing your Google Calendar is easy! Just go to Settings and sharing, add an email address, select the access level, and send the invitation.

✓ You can choose from three access levels: See only free/busy (hide details), See all event details, and Make changes to events.

✓ You can share your calendar with anyone, even if they don’t use Google Calendar, by sending them an invitation link.

✓ To stop sharing your calendar, go to Settings and sharing and remove the person’s access permissions.

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