Shared Calendars For Mac

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Shared Calendars For Mac

Calendar User Guide

Fantastical has been around for several years now, and even though it has switched to. If you would like to share an Outlook calendar to other people rather than open a shared calendar from others in Outlook for Mac 2011, see See and share multiple calendars. The sharing invitation that you receive resembles the following screenshot.

Ways to share calendars on Mac. Share your calendar with friends and family. Share iCloud calendars with others who also have iCloud accounts. You can choose whether others can edit the calendar or only view it. Share your calendar with coworkers. Free and premium online calendars for teams & business. Teamup makes organizing, scheduling, and sharing in groups painless. No user accounts are required.

Share your calendar with friends and family

Share iCloud calendars with others who also have iCloud accounts. You can choose whether others can edit the calendar or only view it.

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Share your calendar with coworkers

Share individual calendars or share calendar accounts with people who use the same calendar service. For example, if you share an Exchange or CalDAV server at work, you can choose whether coworkers can edit your calendar account or only view it.

Share a read-only version of your calendar with anyone

Publish a calendar to a web server or at a specific web address. Others can view the calendar on the web and subscribe to it using Calendar. Subscribers can view your calendar but they can’t edit it.

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Stop sharing a calendar

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You can stop sharing or publishing any of your calendars. See the topics linked above.

See alsoControl access to your calendar on MacAdd, modify, or delete events in Calendar on MacAdd or delete calendars on Mac

Calendar User Guide

Calendars

You can view a calendar that someone published or shared by subscribing to it in Calendar.

The events shown in a subscription calendar are controlled by the provider. You can’t edit calendars you are subscribed to (for example, the holiday calendar). If you want to use a calendar that several people can edit, share it instead. See Ways to share calendars.

Subscribe to a calendar

To subscribe to a calendar from a link on the internet or an email you received, click the link. If you do this, you can skip step 1, and the calendar’s web address is filled out for you in step 2.

  1. In the Calendar app on your Mac, choose File > New Calendar Subscription.

  2. Enter the calendar’s web address, then click Subscribe.

  3. Enter a name for the calendar in the Name field, then click the adjacent pop-up menu and choose a color.

  4. Click the Location pop-up menu, then choose an account for the subscription.

    • If you choose your iCloud account, the calendar is available on all your computers and devices that are set up with iCloud.

    • If you choose On My Mac, the calendar is saved on your computer.

  5. To get the calendar’s event attachments or alerts, deselect the appropriate Remove checkboxes.

  6. Click the Auto-refresh pop-up menu, then choose how often to update the calendar.

  7. To prevent alerts from appearing for this calendar, select “Ignore alerts.”

  8. Click OK.

    To make changes later, click the name of the calendar, then choose Edit > Get Info.

Unsubscribe from a calendar

If you want to stop subscribing to someone else’s calendar, you can unsubscribe from it.

Shared Calendar For Mac

  • In the Calendar app on your Mac, Control-click the calendar in the calendar list, then choose Unsubscribe.

    If you don’t see the calendar list on the left, choose View > Show Calendar List.

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