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    I ended up contacting Google support for assistance on this but I thought I'd provide my resolution for anyone coming across this in the future.

    The client had a Google workspace account, which means many sharing settings are controlled in the Google Admin Console. This may be my fault for not disclosing this but I didn't think of it at the time being.

    Go to your Google Admin site > apps >  Google workspace > calendar > Sharing settings. From here, you should be able to edit external sharing (outside of your Google workspace) to your liking; the changes will take a few minutes to apply. Make sure to remove and then re-add the calendar after you've changed the global sharing settings.

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    • GO into the Settings of that specific calendar Scroll to the area that says Share with Specific People and edit the rights to See all event details.

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    • What he said ^ . Also FYI, some of the sharing settings are only available on PC/web browser, not available in the Google Calendar app.

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    • This article shares more about the sharing permissions you can give to other accounts:

      https://support.google.com/calendar/answer/37082#:~:text=Control%20access%20to%20your%20calendar%20%...

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    • Thank you for your answers -

      I ended up contacting Google support for assistance on this but I thought I'd provide my resolution for anyone coming across this in the future.

      The client had a Google workspace account, which means many sharing settings are controlled in the Google Admin Console. This may be my fault for not disclosing this but I didn't think of it at the time being.

      Go to your Google Admin site > apps >  Google workspace > calendar > Sharing settings. From here, you should be able to edit external sharing (outside of your Google workspace) to your liking; the changes will take a few minutes to apply. Make sure to remove and then re-add the calendar after you've changed the global sharing settings.

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