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I have a recurring Google Calendar event (just an event on my own calendar with guests that are in my organization, not an entire separate calendar). I have one or two specific guests that I want to allow to edit the event (add guests, change times, change description, etc.)

How can I give edit permission to SPECIFIC guests, without allowing ALL guests to edit the event?

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Google Calendar hasn't a built-in feature to do this. One workaround is to give event edit privileges in the calendar to those trusted guests , so it's might be a good idea to use a non-default calendar for these events where you want to delegate tasks for few events.


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