How to share an iCloud calendar using iCloud.com

Here's how you can share and manage an iCloud calendar using iCloud.com.

Sharing a calendar with your friends and family members ensures that everyone is on the same page and aware of what the other is doing. Using your iCloud account, you can share a calendar from iCloud.com in just a few minutes. Here's how:

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  • Visit iCloud.com using your favorite browser. Log into your iCloud account and then click on the Calendars icon.
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  • The column on the left-hand side of the screen will show you all of the iCloud calendars you currently have set up. Next to each name is the silhouette of a sharing icon. Clicking on the icon will allow you to invite others to share that specific calendar. Once a calendar is shared, the silhouette will turn green, as you see next to some calendars in the screenshot above, indicating the calendar is shared.
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  • You can enter any e-mail address to send the invite; the recipient will just need to use an iCloud account to accept it. Once someone joins the calendar, you'll see a green check mark next to his or her name.
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  • To change whether someone can edit a calendar, click on the arrow next to his or her name. From here you can take away editing privileges or remove them from the calendar.

By sharing a calendar, hopefully you don't miss out on important events and appointments you normally would have forgotten about. You can also share an iCloud calendar from your iOS device , as well as your Mac .

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Jason Cipriani has been covering mobile technology news for over five years. His work spans from CNET How To and software review sections to WIRED’s Gadget Lab and Fortune.com.

 

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