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How To Stop Sharing Your Google Calendar With Others
Step 1: Go to calendar.google.com from your computer.
Step 2: From the left panel, choose the calendar you want to unshare from under My Calendars and hover over the calendar.
Step 3: Click on the three dots and choose settings and sharing from the pop-up window.
Step 4: Under Settings for my calendars, select the Access permissions option.
Step 5: Under Access permissions, uncheck the box beside Make available to public. This will stop your calendar from being shared with the whole world as even a Google search might lead to your calendar if you don’t turn off this option.
However, if you don’t want to share with specific people, just go to the section titled share with specific people and click on the X beside the email address of the person with whom you had shared your calendar earlier. A shared calendar may no longer be suitable for privacy or other purposes.
How To Stop Sharing Your Google Calendar With Other Apps
Step 1: Go to Google Calendar from your computer.
Step 2: From the left side, locate My calendar and click to expand it to show the full list of calendars. Hover over the calendar you want to stop sharing and click on the three dots.
Step 3: Choose settings and sharing from the pop-up window.
Step 4: Under settings for my calendars, click on Access permissions, and under this, uncheck the box beside Show calendar info in other Google apps, limited by access permissions. Once you complete these steps, others who can view your calendar will not be able to receive any notice from other apps when you’re not available.
How To Share Only Limited Information From Your Google Calendar
Step 1: Go to Google calendar.
Step 2: From the left panel, under My calendars, hover over the calendar for which you want to share only limited info.
Step 3: Click on the three dots beside your calendar name and click settings and sharing.
Step 4: Under settings for my calendars, click on Share with specific people and select the email address of the person. Choose “See only free/busy (hide details)” from the dropdown list. The contact will only see if you’re available or not without being able to look at the calendar event details.
How To Delete Your Google Calendar
The different levels of information that you want to share with your colleagues and family members can be controlled using different mechanisms on Google calendar. Therefore, it’s important to know how to stop sharing or deleting your calendar. With these functions, you have better privacy setting options and can guard confidential information from being accessed by anyone and everyone.
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