Our company uses Google Workspace for mail and calendars. I have added my private Google account's calendar as an external calendar in my company's calendar to show "busy" slots.

Unfortunately, when any of my team mates creates a meeting in Google Calendar and goes to "find a time," it only shows blocked slots from my company calendar, completely ignoring the external private calendar.

Can I make sure my private appointments are considered when my teammates try booking a time slot with me?

  • You'll need to add your work account as an attendee of your personal account events. It's like you have two different people's calendars and thee is no connection between the two.
    – Blindspots
    Commented Jul 10 at 6:24
  • Yup, that was it. Thanks! Commented Jul 11 at 7:31

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I managed to solve this by writing an AppScript to duplicate my private events into a separate org calendar in the company and auto-adding the user email as attendee.

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