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How to Unshare a Google Calendar (Easiest Way in 2024)

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

How to Unshare a Google Calendar

Follow the simple steps below to unshare a Google Calendar. It's important to note that this action can only be performed through a web browser, not the mobile app.

1. Select the Calendar to Unshare from the 'My Calendars' Section

In the main view of Google Calendar, look on the left side under "My calendars". Find the name of the calendar you wish to unshare. It may be your primary calendar or one you've created.

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2. Open 'Settings and Sharing' for the Chosen Calendar

Hover your mouse over the calendar you want to modify. A three-dot menu icon will appear next to the calendar's name.

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Click on this icon and select "Settings and Sharing" from the drop-down menu. This action opens the specific settings for that calendar.

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3. Scroll to 'Share with Specific People' in Settings

In the calendar settings, scroll down until you find the "Share with specific people" section. This area shows a list of people who currently have access to your calendar.

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4. Remove Individuals' Access by Clicking 'X' or 'Remove'

Beside each person’s name in the 'Share with specific people' section, there is an option to remove their access. Click on the 'X' or 'Remove' button next to the person’s name to revoke their access to the calendar.

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5. Verify No One Remains in 'Share with Specific People

'After removing access for each person, double-check this section to make sure no names are listed. This ensures that your calendar is no longer shared with anyone.

6. Close Settings to Save Changes Automatically

You can now close the settings menu. Google Calendar saves your changes automatically, so there's no need to look for a save button.

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

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