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I've created a Google calender for a language practice group that I'm managing. And we are using my friend's share house for the group meetings.

The share house have also a Google calender their own. (e.g. "Who have to throw out garbage?")

Is it possible to sync "language group" calender to "share house" calender only one-way?

I don't want to show language group member about life of share house. But share house member should know about language group meeting.

And language groups calender is public, and share house calender is private.

Any advice would be very appreciate.

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Why not share your calendar with the house calendar's account, and they can choose to overlay it with their calendar? –  Raystafarian Oct 6 '13 at 13:01
    
Thanks for your reply! Share house admin have account for share house calendar and share the calendar with members. As far as I know There is no way to share overlaid calendar. And I don't want to let all share house members do extra works. –  Tetsu Oct 6 '13 at 13:27
    
But we solved the problem by making share house calendar public. –  Tetsu Oct 6 '13 at 13:28
    
hm, there should be a way to do it without making it public, but I don't know it. –  Raystafarian Oct 7 '13 at 9:56

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