Compare a shared paper-based personal calendar and a shared digital calendar visible to friends and colleagues. See http://www.google.com/googlecalendar/about.html for an example.
You can share your calendar with family and friends. Here are a couple examples of what you can do with sharing:
When you add someone to your calendar, you can decide how they see your events and whether they can also make changes like adding or editing events.
In Google Calendar, you can have multiple calendars that you add events to. Each calendar can have different sharing settings.
Create a new calendar to share
Share with a group
Change visibility settings for an individual event
Remove people from sharing settings, or stop sharing publicly
If the other person is having trouble seeing your calendar, try these steps:
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