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How can you add members to view? When I type a name it says they are not localendar members? How do they become one? Then once they are one how do I add them?
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Hi BDHSCHEER,

Please refer to the mail I sent asking if this is what you really want to do.. If you choose to restrict your calendar to specific people, they will need to create [free] accounts at localendar.com before you can add them to this list (so that they get their own id/passwords)
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Hi BDHSCHEER,

Please refer to the mail I sent asking if this is what you really want to do.. If you choose to restrict your calendar to specific people, they will need to create [free] accounts at localendar.com before you can add them to this list (so that they get their own id/passwords)

If I want to show a customer what dates are still open. Is copy and paste the only way to show them the open dates?
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If I was putting something together for this, I'd probably create a public calendar with no security. And anytime a date was taken, I'd add an event on that day called "Booked" (or Busy, etc)

This would work well with the mini calendar view (example here:

http://www.localendar.com/samples/mini2/index.html

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You could even add text below it saying something like "shaded dates are unavailable"
Of course, the other calendar views would work well with this approach too.
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