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How do I change the permissions for my Google calendar?
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When you invite people to your calendar, you may to change whether certain users can create, edit, or view items created in it.
You can grant several different levels of permissions to view and change the calendar you just shared. Follow the steps below to do so.
- Click the down-arrow to the right of a calendar and choose Share This Calendar.
- Under the Share with specific people section, go to the email address of the individual you want to change their permission settings.
- To the right of their email address, under the Permission Settings section choose the drop down tab
- From there you can allow them to: “See all event details (Default)”, “Make changes to events”, “Make changes and manage sharing”, and finally “See only free/busy (hide details)”
- Then click Save.