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We have started using LoCalendar to maintain all of our school's activities and have had great feedback.

Several teachers now want to create classroom pages and would love to import the school calendar into their own calendar so that they could have our holiday schedule already input, along with activities that affect their specific students. Then, they could delete activities that did not relate to their specific situation.

Is this possible?
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To merge calendars, the "merge-or" requires at least a Premium Basic subscription. The "merge-ee" does not.

So each calendar that will pull in one or more other calendars will need a subscription. Also, the merged events are not local copies: they are the actual events from the merged calendar. As such, the "merge-or" cannot change or delete them (but if the owner of the merged calendar updates them, the changes will automatically be reflected on any calendars that pull them in)
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