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Why can't I view my embedded calendars when I'm not logged into a google account? 2 Recommended Answers 0 Relevant Answers 174 Replies 148 Upvotes
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Earlier this morning a co-worker told me she couldn't the online calendar on our company webpage.

I tried browsing the site from my Android phone and could see the embedded calendar. I had another co-worker try and she could also see the site.

After troubleshooting steps (clearing browser cache, restarting computer)

To narrow down things, I made a simple test.html file which only contained the embed code for one of the calendars embedded in our site. On the first co-workers computer it still didn't work. I asked the co-worker to login to her google account so I could see if she could access google calendars through the normal interface (suspecting a firewall issue perhaps). After she logged in, my test.html file worked fine. I also eliminated an internal network issue by browsing to our site using my mobile data

Further tests confirmed that users who were logged into the google ecosystem could see the calendars and those not logged in (including my own tests using Chrome's incognito mode) saw a large empty space where the calendar should have been.

The calendars in question are all set to "Make available to the public". I even tried isolating a single calendar this way and pasting a fresh embed code into my test.html file to see if something about the embed code has changed over time. When logged-in to google, the tests work; when run through incognito mode, they fail. I also tried checking and unchecking the "make available" option to circumvent any sort of changes that might have taken place on google's side with respect to the setting.

Has google recently changed something about how and where embedded calendars are allowed to display?

This doesn't just occur on my website. I checked out another company that has a website with an embedded google calendar on their site and it behaves the same way.
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I have two websites that are doing the same thing. Google, has something changed??
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We are experiencing same problem with all of our websites that have embedded Google Calendar in an iframe.
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Pretty sure the issue is not being logged in to Google in some way, shape or form. It returns a 404 when you embed. When you just go directly to a publicly shared calendar you only get the heading.
I would guess some change happened on Google side, can't imagine it is on purpose.
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Has anyone tried to report to Google? We are also having the same issue.
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I have embedded my calendar iframe in a website. When I am logged in the iframe shows correctly with all the customisations. When open the site in a incognito tab, The customisations are gone. I have attached the two pics for your reference. The one where there is a big colorful "Google Calendars" heading is from the incognito tab. The same goes for the small agenda calendar i have embedded in the side.
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