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Watching a calendar is a great way to stay up-to-date on changes made in the calendar, without necessarily adding it to your My Calendars page. When you watch a calendar, you'll be sent an email notification when any of the following events occur:
A new event is created
An existing event is edited
An event is deleted
The entire calendar is deleted
When you watch a Confluence space, it includes watching all calendars in that space, so there's no need to manually watch calendars for your team or project.
Watch a calendar
To watch a calendar, choose to the right of a calendar name and select Watch. Notifications will be sent to your email address.
Stop watching a Calendar
If you want to stop watching a calendar (no longer want to receive email notifications about changes to the calendar), choose to the right of the calendar name and select Stop Watching.
If the menu says 'Watching', you're watching the calendar because you're either watching a page the calendar is embedded on or you're watching the related space for the calendar. To stop watching in this case, you'd need to stop watching the relevant page or space containing the calendar.
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