If your manager delegates his or her Google Calendar to you, you can do the following on your manager's behalf:
However, you can't do the following in your manager's Calendar account:
You now have access to your manager's calendar and can see and modify all meetings on the calendar, including private and confidential events. (You may wish to remind your manager of this fact.)
If you have Make changes AND manage sharing access to your manager’s calendar, you'll now see your manager's calendar in your own account in the My calendars list on the left.
If you have Make changes to events access to your manager’s calendar, you'll see your manager's calendar in your own account in the Other calendars section.
Tip: To easily distinguish your calendar from your manager’s calendar, choose very distinct colors for each calendar, such as red and blue. Change the color of a calendar by going to the My calendar section, hovering over the calendar, clicking the down arrow that appears, and selecting a new color from the grid.
If you create an event on behalf of your manager and send out an invitation email to event guests, you appear as the sender of the email (1). When guests view the actual email, your manager appears in the top Who field (2). In the bottom Who field, your manager appears as the organizer (3), and you appear as the creator (4).
When guests click on the event in their calendar, you appear as the creator, and your manager’s calendar appears as the calendar. However, your name is not included in the guest list.