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How to Share Google Calendar on Android (Easiest Way in 2024)

In this article, we will show you how to share a Google Calendar on Android. Simply follow the process below. 

How to Share Google Calendar on Android

Follow the steps below to share your Google Calendar on Android and set access permissions.  

1. Open Google Calendar in a Web Browser

Open your preferred web browser on your Android device and go to `calendar.google.com`. Log in to your Google account if prompted. Switch to the desktop version of Google Calendar for full functionality by tapping the 'Desktop' option.

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2. Choose Calendar to Share from Sidebar

Find the calendar you want to share in the left sidebar. Click the three dots beside its name and select 'Settings and sharing' from the dropdown menu.

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3. Access 'Settings' for Selected Calendar

Scroll through the settings section to find 'Share with specific people or groups' option for sharing your calendar. This area lets you manage who can view and edit your calendar.

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4. Add Recipients in 'Share with Specific People'

Under the 'Share with specific people' section, click 'Add people and groups.'

Enter the email addresses of the people you want to share your calendar with.

5. Set Permissions and Send Share Invitation

Choose the appropriate permission level for each person, such as 'see all event details' or 'make changes to events.'

Click 'Send'. This will email invitations to the recipients.

6. Confirm Calendar is Successfully Shared

Check back in the settings section under 'Share with specific people or groups' to ensure your calendar has been shared as intended.

Share Google Calendar with the Public

Follow the steps below to share your Google Calendar with the public using Android. 

1. Locate the 'Access Permissions' Section

In the settings page of your chosen calendar, scroll to find the 'Access permissions for events' section. This is where you can control the visibility of your calendar to the public.

2. Enable Public Sharing of the Calendar

In the 'Access permissions for events' area, look for the 'Make available to public' option. Check the box next to this option.

Be aware that a warning popup might appear, informing you that your calendar will be visible to everyone online.

3. Confirm and Set Public Visibility Level

After acknowledging the warning, select the desired level of public visibility for your calendar. You can choose either 'See only free/busy' or 'See all event details', depending on how much information you want to share.

4. Verify Public Sharing

To confirm that your calendar is now publicly shared, revisit the 'Access permissions for events' section. It should indicate that your calendar is available to the public.

We hope that you now have a better understanding of how to share a Google Calendar on Android. If you enjoyed this article, you might also like our article on how to unshare a Google Calendar or our article on how to add an event to a shared Google Calendar.

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