davidjamesnimmer wrote:For instance if I send a notification for stake PEC, but under events I choose stake meetings, everyone in the stake who has subscribed gets a notification.
When you say "under events I choose stake meetings" I assume you mean that you choose to put the event titled "stake PEC" on the stake calendar called "stake meetings." If that's indeed what you mean, then yes, any notification related to the "stake PEC" event will go to all subscribers of the "stake meetings" calendar (assuming they have their notification settings turned on).
davidjamesnimmer wrote:I have an option under event to choose stake PEC (private), but is the stake presidency subscribed to that and will they get notified. In other words can I see who has subscribed?
In the particular case of a private calendar, you can't see who is subscribed, but you can look at the calendar (under Settings > Calendars) and see who has been designated (by name or by calling) as a viewer for that calendar. For most private calendars, that's pretty much the same thing, since most people tend to subscribe to their private calendars.
davidjamesnimmer wrote:The other part to the question is if we are having the stake PEC and the bishops meet together do I have to show 2 events, or is there a way to list stake PEC (private) and bishoprics together in the event box? Sorry, I mean the calendar box and not the event box for both questions.
It's rarely a good idea to put an event on more than one calendar, since that will mean that everyone who is subscribed to both calendars will see a duplicate event, and if one or more rooms is reserved via the event, you can only have one event that books those rooms.
There have been lengthy discussions on this forum about the hope some people have that a feature could be added to allow a single event to be on more than one calendar. But that is not an option at this point.