I currently work for a professional moving company that's using the iCloud Calendar to schedule moves. It displays our availability in one color/calendar and when a service is booked, the event is switched to a different color/calendar. Previously, we've had the phones of our Operations Team synced directly through iCloud, but when one of our team members left the country for a vacation in Canada where he did not have service, then came back the calendars on his phone overwrote the up-to-date calendars being managed in the office. This of course led to a couple of days of reconciling where and when our movers were supposed to be. So, it's not as simple as connecting individual phones to the iCloud account that manages the calendar. After the great reconciliation of 2015, we decided to disconnect all phones from the iCloud account associated with the calendar. Enter Sunrise, a wonderful app that allowed you to push iCloud Calendar events to another calendar that could then be viewed, but not necessarily edited by all necessary parties on their phones. They all had to log in to the same Sunrise account, but it worked. As some of you may know, Sunrise is no longer supported and subsequently our solution is no more. Next up, I tried privately sharing our calendars with individuals directly via iCloud, giving them Read Only access. This worked at first, but eventually our Sales staff had trouble booking services because iCloud would not allow us to save changes to events. I'm guessing we were just asking too much of iCloud. I know we aren't using iCloud as it's meant to be used, so I'm not surprised. That said, I'm wondering if anyone has any ideas on how I might be able to solve this issue. If I could somehow get the events of all our calendars or our iCloud account to push to a Google Calendar or someplace else I could very easily give our Operations Team access to the information they need while they are out and about. Also, I may trying pushing all calendars to a single iCloud account, provide only Read-Only access, then have folks sync that iCloud account/iCloud calendar on their phones.