How To Create and Share Public Calendars From Your Mac

You can create a calendar like a work, organization or team schedule on your Mac, and then publish it using iCloud so others can view it. Calendar apps on other platforms can subscribe to the calendar although some may not show updates in a timely manner.

Comments: 4 Responses to “How To Create and Share Public Calendars From Your Mac”

    Mark Lamartina
    2 years ago

    Hi Gary, I just watched your video on screen shots. Very helpful! However most of my tools are greyed out and don’t work. Any idea what I’m doing wrong?

    2 years ago

    Mark: Which tools are grayed out, exactly?

    2 years ago

    Gary, I really like your videos; they are very helpful. I followed the steps in this tutorial to create a read-only calendar to share. But, people that subscribed to that calendar can modify it on their computer, even though I made it read-only. Is something wrong? Please advise. Thank you.

    2 years ago

    Craig: Do you mean they can edit it and you see the changes too, or that they can edit it and only they see the edits?

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