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Private events are events you hide. These hidden events are not visible:
You might make an event private if you want to announce it to or invite only a selected audience. Or, you might want to start creating an event and make it private until you have all of the final details.
How to make events private
You can mark an event as private only if you are
In the editing environment, for the calendar owner, a private event looks like this:
Tip You won't see the lock symbol in 5 Week, Month, of Year view.
Account holders with whom you share your calendar won't see the private event:
To mark an event as private
Invite selected people to a private event
You invite selected people to attend private (hidden) events just the way you invite them to attend public events. Follow these high-level steps:
Tip If you frequently sponsor events aimed at the same limited audience or if you want an Editor account holder to manage those events and track attendees, you might want to create a separate calendar for only those events. As long as you don't mix the calendar into any publicly available published calendars, the events don't have to be private. You can leave the calendar unpublished (and still invite people to events). Or, you can publish the calendar and make it available on a webpage with a URL you distribute only to the target audience.
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