It's possible to share a Google Calendar out with other friends, family, and coworkers. In this video, staff author Jess Stratton shows users how to edit sharing settings and fine-tune permission levels. In addition, she'll show how to make a calendar public and how to revoke access and reset private URLs if the iCal address has been given out.
- [Voiceover] I'm going to talk about some ways that…you can share your calendar with others.…If you've shared your calendar with somebody else,…and they're using Google, your calendar would…show up in their Other calendars section.…They can put your name in here in the…Add a friend's calendar section,…and it will show up and they can change…the color of it, or hide it by making it…not show up in the list, and bringing it back…when they need to see your events.…You can also share out two different calendars…with different settings.…For example, this is my calendar…that contains all my volunteer events.…
I want other people to know about this calendar,…so I might make this a public calendar so that anybody…can see what kind of volunteer events we have.…My calendar here, or my family calendar,…I may only want to share with members of my family.…And this calendar, Leslie Richardson,…I may only want to share with my co-workers.…So, it's important to know right away that…every calendar that you create…has its own individual sharing settings,…
- List your options for creating an event with the Google search bar.
- Explain how to create a multiday event.
- Recall how to identify what calendar an event belongs to after you change the event’s color.
- Recognize which default view gives you a flat view of all events when customizing a specific calendar to place it on a webpage.
- Recall whether the year is available by default.