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How to Transfer Ownership of Google Calendar and Calendar Events

Have you ever needed to change the ownership of your Google calendar? It's not something we often think about, but there are situations where transferring ownership becomes necessary. Whether you're changing organizations and need someone...

Have you ever needed to change the ownership of your Google calendar? It's not something we often think about, but there are situations where transferring ownership becomes necessary. Whether you're changing organizations and need someone else to manage your calendar or you want to hand over the responsibility of a specific event to someone else, this article will guide you through the process.

Changing the Owner of Google Calendar

To change the owner of a Google calendar that you created and shared with specific people, follow these simple steps:

Step 1: Go to your Google calendar by clicking on the Google Apps icon on the top right corner of your Google account.

Step 2: On the left panel under "My calendars," select the calendar you want to change the owner of.

Bring your cursor on the left panel under My calendars and choose the calendar you want to change the owner of.

Step 3: Click on the three dots beside the calendar and choose "Settings and sharing" from the pop-up window.

Step 4: Under "Settings for my calendars," select the "Share with specific people" option.

Under Settings for my calendars, choose the Select with specific people option.

Step 5: Click on the "Add people" button and enter the email address of the new owner of your Google calendar.

Step 6: From the dropdown menu beside the email address of the new owner, select the "Make changes and manage sharing" option, and then click "Send" to transfer ownership. The new owner will receive a link to your calendar.

Changing the Owner of a Specific Event on Google Calendar

If you need to transfer ownership of a specific event on your Google calendar to someone else, follow these easy steps:

Step 1: Go to your Google calendar and click on the specific event for which you want to change the owner.

Step 2: Click on the three dots and choose the "Change owner" option from the dropdown list.

Click on the three dots and choose the Change owner option from the dropdown list.

Step 3: To transfer ownership, enter the email address of the new owner, add a message if desired, and click the "Change owner" option. The new owner will receive a link to make changes and manage the shared event from your calendar.

Transferring an Event to a Calendar You Own

If you mistakenly entered an event on your work calendar that doesn't belong there, you can transfer it to your personal or any other calendar you own. Here's how:

Step 1: Go to your Google calendar and click on the specific event you want to transfer. Then click the "Edit event" button.

Go to your Google calendar and click on the specific event you want to transfer. Then click the edit event button.

Step 2: Next to the calendar icon and name, click the down arrow and select the calendar where you want to transfer the event.

Step 3: Click the "Save" button to complete the process. The event will no longer be visible on your primary calendar but will appear on the calendar you transferred it to.

Click the Save button to finish. The event will no longer be visible on your primary calendar but will be on any other calendar you own.

Copying an Event to Another Calendar

If you want to make sure you don't miss any events, you can copy them to another calendar. Here's how:

Step 1: Go to your Google calendar, find the event you want to copy, and click on "Options."

Step 2: From the drop-down menu, select "Copy to [name of your calendar]."

From the drop-down menu, select the Copy to [name of your calendar] option.

Step 3: Click the "Save" button to complete the process. The event will now be visible on both calendars.

By following these steps, you can easily transfer ownership of your Google calendar and events. Google calendar offers flexible functionalities to ensure you stay in control of your calendar. However, if you want to take your calendar management skills to the next level, you can try TimeTackle's automated Google Calendar to MS Excel, Google Sheets, or CSV exporter. TimeTackle simplifies the exporting process and allows you to format and filter calendar data in different intuitive ways, enhancing collaboration with your team.

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