With Google Calendar, you can schedule meetings and events with your coworkers, even online using Hangouts.
What is a resource calendar?
Each G Suite account has at least one calendar within the account, though each user can create additional calendars (perhaps to help categorize or keep separate different types of events, or to handle a variety of calendar scheduling needs). In all cases, these calendars are owned and managed by the account. These personal calendars can be shared with others.
A resource calendar is a calendar that represents a physical resource (such as a conference room or a piece of equipment) that can be booked or scheduled using the "Rooms etc." area in the calendar invite.
- They are not owned by an individual account so cannot be removed except by the SIL Google Admin team
- Can be configured with multiple permission levels (see free/busy, see details, add/make changes)
- Show up in "Rooms etc" area of a calendar invite
- Permissions can only be managed by the resource calendar owner or SIL Google Admin.
Uses for a resource calendar:
- As a shared team calendar for things like vacation schedules
- Schedule of events that can be viewed by a large audience
- Track key events for a project or group
- Maintain a schedule for the resource (room, projector, etc) to avoid scheduling conflicts
How can I request a resource calendar?
Where can I find Google's own information about Google Calendar?
Visit the Google Apps Learning Center, the Calendar support page or the Google Calendar Help Forum.