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I work for a large company that uses Google Calendar for its internal calendaring; I have my macOS Calendar app synced with my work account and very rarely look at Google Calendar itself. However, sometimes I want to look up another person in the company and see their public calendar — I don’t want to subscribe to their calendar, just be able to glance at it and see if they’re in a meeting or out of the office that day or whatever. On Google Calendar, there’s a “Search For People” box in the left sidebar that lets you do this. Is there any way to do the same in Apple’s Calendar? Or will I have to log into Google Calendar whenever I want to do this?
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