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How can I share my Google Calendar with those who do not use Google Calendar?
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Sometimes you may encounter a scenario when people do not use Google Calendar, but would like to see when you're available or not.
You can share your calendar with friends who don't currently use Google Calendar by using your calendar's address in HTML format. Just follow these steps:
- In the calendar list on the left, click the down-arrow next to a calendar and select Calendar settings.
- In the Calendar Address section, click the HTML icon. You'll see a pop-up window with your calendar's URL.
- Share this URL with your friends who don't use Google Calendar.
Note: These users will be able to view the calendar but not edit it.