Definitely not. Scedule does not work according to the calendar sharing principle. Because even if you show someone the sum of the meetings on a day only in anonymous blocks, as Outlook does, you can derive information about your workload and basic availability. And that's exactly what Scedule doesn't want.
Scedule is the trustee of availability information. We use your calendar and availability information to calculate useful appointment options, which we offer to you or your contacts upon request. Whereby only a selection of these proposals is presented to an organiser when an appointment is requested.
Additionally, in the context of the agreement of 1:1 appointments, Scedule compares the availability of the participants only if these stored themselves mutually in their address book.