I have an Exchange account with my company, and I'm using the iCloud add-in.
I have chosen to share my free/busy time with my co-workers, and have opted to share the name of the appointment as well, not just "free/busy" status.
I don't want my iCloud calendar to affect my free/busy time, because it is a shared calendar with my wife. What ends up happening is her hair appointment blocks my work hours, and I don't want the details of my iCloud appointments visible to my co-workers.
My work-around was to manually block off time in my work calendar with a dummy appointment to match the appointments in my iCloud calendar that were actually mine, and not my wife's. But I've now found out that my iCloud calendar details are being shared with my work, and I feel that's inappropriate.
So, is my only option to not share any details other than the free/busy status, and then edit of my wife's iCloud appointments to be shown as "free"?
Update Tuns out I may have been falsing equating the free/busy time (and hence calendar information) with the "availability" information that shows up alongside someone's name when sending them an email. I'll do more investigation and see what I find. Marking solved for now.