There isn't a nice and direct way to do that.
However, you could do the following:
Create a new temporary calendar from the + sign in the calendars list.
Go to your event and copy/duplicate it to the temporary calendar.
Export the calendar to an ics file.
Delete the event from the temporary calendar.
Repeat 2-4 when necessary.
It's now possible to choose Monday or Sunday, reportedly: http://help.trello.com/customer/portal/articles/1277216-setting-the-first-day-of-the-week-for-the-calendar
As a Canadian, I'm not big on switching to US spellings just to get Sunday at the start of the week, but at least it's possible now.
This is easy to do once you set a Meetup setting.
On meetup.com > Settings > Email Updates, scroll down to "iCal Attachments" and check the box to "Get email reminders with iCal attachments."
Now each Meetup email announcement and confirmation will have a meetup.ics calendar-event attachment. Desktop Gmail and Android Gmail (I don't know about iPhone) will ...
One option is to change your calendar's time zone while you are in the other time zone. I don't really like that option, but I discovered that you can add additional time zones to your calendar's display. Go to the calendar settings, and right below the time zone you can select an additional time zone to display.
Google had support for private calendar links until about a year ago. They removed this feature, which I had been using for years to share calendar events for my cub scout pack, which needed to be easy to share but not public for the safety of the boys. I switched over to Outlook.com this year, as it includes this feature.
Go to "Share this Calendar", tick "Make this calendar public", and "Share only my free/busy information". Then, under "Calendar Details" there's a section "Calendar Address" with links to XML, iCal, and HTML versions of the public calendar. You can embed the HTML into an iframe on your website, or just send people the link.
Have you looked into Google Apps? Its calendar sharing features seem to match your requirements.
It is syncable with Outlook, accessible from smartphones (either via syncing or a web GUI), and certainly has a calendar GUI.
Taking notes from meetings could be done via Google+, or a Google Doc attached to the meeting invitation.
I have used Doodle in the past and it's an excellent scheduling application. If you set it up so your students can only select one slot, it will work as a first come, first served basis where students can still edit their slots and switch to another available one. You can set the available times and the interface is lightweight and intuitive.
There is no way to hide your name from the list. Event host can change privacy setting for the event but in that case also your name will be visible to selected audience.
What you can do is you can remove yourself from the list.
If you cannot import those holidays via Google Calendar itself, you can add them through an external source such as:
This site provides ICS URLs that can be imported, eg:
Owncloud 8 supports this. However, there appears to be an UI bug with some versions of Firefox that hides the 'Share' icon. If you have the same problem, try a different browser. Chromium worked for me.
I was looking to sync Yahoo with Google to have it on my mobile. The best solution I found, after 8 hours of research, was to install the SolCalendar app on my Android. There I can see and edit all calendars (for me Yahoo and Google). Using Lightning (on Thunderbird) did not work.
I figured out how to do this. Look for "My calendars" on the left. Click it to expand it. You should see a row/item labelled "Tasks". If the checkbox next to "Tasks" is not already checked, check it. Now you should see a sidebar on the right appear, labelled "Tasks". This is the list of tasks. Click any empty area in that sidebar, and that will let ...
Looks like I may have a solution, according to Lifehacker
"If you set up your Google Calendar to sync using CalDAV, the calendar colors sync seamlessly between your iOS device and Google Calendar. If you add a calendar or change a calendar color on Gcal, the colors will sync to your device. Just turn off calendar sync on your Exchange account, and enable it ...
You need to publish the ics as an iCal feed that they can paste as a URL to import an external calendar
Tripit, for example:
So you need to come up with some kind of hash and publish the ics at a particular url for the user. It is not completely secure as far as I can tell, but that way ...
I would suggest checking Bookeo. I have been using it for my business and I love it.
You can set up the available time slots and students can book the available slot that suit them. Each student can also change or cancel their own booking.
Bookeo sends automatic email when students make a booking and can also send email reminders.