How to Make My Google Calendar Private

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Making your Google Calendar private is something that you do from the "Settings" tab. Make your Google Calendar private with help from a friendly, self-proclaimed computer nerd with a degree in Computer Science from Arizona State University in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hey, guys! Gabriel Adams here. And today, I’m going to show you how to make your Google Calendar private. So, making Google Calendar private is a pretty easy and straightforward thing. So, I already have my Google Calendar open on the screen here, and I already have mine currently set to share online. So, if I wanted to change that, I go to the upper right of the screen to the Settings tab right here. Click on that, it’s going to bring open this menu, click Settings again, and it’s going to take you to this screen right here. Looks a little like this. Now, in the upper left, make sure your Calendars subsection is highlighted, and it’s going to bring up this screen right here. So, if you look to the right under this Sharing subheading, as you can see it says, “Shared.” Now, if you want to change that, just go ahead and click Shared: Edit Settings. It’s going to bring up this screen right here. And, as you can see to the left, the box that says “Make this calendar public” is checked. So, that means right now my calendar is public for everyone to see online. If I want to make this private, I just go ahead and unselect this, click Save. And, as you can see, under the Sharing heading, it says “Share this calendar,” which means that you are now private again. It’s just as easy as that. So, I am Gabriel Adams, and that is how you make your Google Calendar private.


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