GOOGLE CALENDAR SHARING
with others not only help you plan yourself better and ease out the hassle in scheduling appointments, but it also goes a long way in keeping up with your professional obligations and appointments.
helps you avoid the back-and-forth of scheduling in a never-ending email chain.
Not only does it allow users to create and edit events, with the help of Geographic Information System, Google Calendar also allows the users to add the location of the events and invite others to attend the event.
With so many utilities packed into one tool, the advantages of being able to share your
WITH YOUR CONTACTS ARE
SHARING A GOOGLE CALENDAR IS FAIRLY EASY AND CAN BE DONE IN THE FOLLOWING STEPS.
on your computer (as the app currently does not support calendar sharing)
If you have
IN YOUR ACCOUNT, EXPAND THE “MY CALENDAR” SECTION TO VIEW ALL YOUR CALENDARS AND CLICK ON THE THREE VERTICAL DOTS NEXT TO THE CALENDAR YOU'D LIKE TO SHARE.
Next, click on settings and sharing. Check the time-zone you are in to ensure accurate
Next, scroll down to
AND CLICK "ADD PEOPLE" TO ENTER YOUR CONTACT MAIL ADDRESS(ES).
Before you click on that sweet, little send button, do check the amount of details you want to share with your contacts (whether you want to share your free days or busy days) from the
But it doesn’t end there! Once you’ve shared your calendar with your contacts, they need to accept the invite by clicking on the auto-generated email from Google informing them about the shared calendar. And if your contact doesn’t have Google Calendar, they can only view your calendar if it is shared publicly.