A public Google Calendar is one that is searchable on the web. For businesses or artists that want to promote their Calendar activities and have the general public be able to read event details, making your Google Calendar public is a good choice.
Even while making it public, you can choose the level of details that are shared. Hiding your details shows when you have blocked out time on your Calendar, but not what that time is being used for.
- Confirm your Google Calendar is public and set to "Hide details" (this is option is under Share this Calendar)
Private calendars are unsearchable and can only be shared through invitation. Both private and public calendars can be synced to your SpaceFinder listing, but they do have different URLs.
- To share a Private Google Calendar make sure to select the Private Address iCal
All-Day Event Set-Up
Make Sure "all day" events on your calendar are marked as Public in the Event Detail Settings
All-day events won't show up in your calendar feed unless you specifically set the Privacy Setting for the Event as Public when you create the booking. Even if your general calendar privacy setting is set to Public.
- The "Default" Setting will not allow the all-day booking to show up in your calendar feed. You'll need to un-check that option when you set up your Event!