In order to explain this more clearly, I'm going to use an example of two different Google accounts, reflecting the situation as I came into it. Names are, of course, changed for privacy.
I created a personal Google account, called
TEST_ONE@google.com. The purpose of this account was to make a calendar with which all members of a group could add events. Six different individual calendars were created under this group.
PERSON_A wanted to include all six individual calendars into ther own calendar, they could open the Google Calendar interface, simply enter
TEST_ONE@google.com in the "Add a friend's calendar" field, and then all six calendars appeared in
So far so good, but I was warned by Google that a personal account should not be used as a group account, and if I wanted to have a group, I should make an account that is owned by a Google+ page. So I did that, and now I have an account called
I repeated the same process as before, recreating six individual calendars under the account
The problem is that now, when
TEST_TWO@pages.plusgoogle.com into the "Add a friend's calendar" field, they get a permission warning:
I want people to be able to add all the calendars from the
TEST_TWO@pages.plusgoogle.com account all at once by adding the email address, just as I was able to do with the
I have tried as much as I can to ensure that every relevant setting is set to public.
Why is the
TEST_TWO@pages.plusgoogle.com not letting anyone have access to all it's calendars, and how do I make it so that it does?