Stop Google Calendar from Android phone from sending invites and updates

For some time now my Samsung Note 3 has been sending out updates or invites (depending on the action taken) whenever I add or change an appointment on my calendar that is tied to someone.  I do not want a notification to be sent, but it is an automatic.  I can turn this off in Google Calendar to where it asks me and I can decline so it is not a problem from Google Calendar, but only from the Android calendar when I move the time or date and when I create a new one with a linked contact it automatically sends the invite or the change.  Please advise on how to stop this from happening.  Thank you.
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This is done in your browser (preferably on your computer with Chrome). Log into the same google account (as your phone) in the browser. Go to Calendars. Find the "wheel" icon > Settings > tab Calendars.
Now check ALL "Edit notifications" links (per user), and uncheck the appropriate boxes. Don't forget to Save per person.
scoobydoowhereruAuthor Commented:
Unfortunately, this deals with notifications to me.  When I have an attached contact to my event it will always sent an update when I change it from the phone no matter what.  I do NOT have the option to change this setting from the phone.  If I set up an appointment from the calendar from my browser it asks me and I can say no.  Nowhere on the native phone calendar to I have this option that I can find.  I am trying to find this or I need to NOT connect my contacts in the phone calendar which seems quite extreme to get this simple feature done.  It is rediculous that my phone sends out updates without me being able to say NO.
What I showed, was not just notifications to you, it's also notifications to the other people you shared the calendar with. Since I didn't know it was about attaching contacts (I assumed, tied as in shared calendar), these contacts indeed do not appear on that page, and you basically have no controls over notifications.
I therefore concur that I do not have an answer. It's still NOT your phone sending out updates, it's still Google though (you can change things on the Google Calendar's  web page, the attached contacts will still get the same notifications).

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scoobydoowhereruAuthor Commented:
Thanks.  That was what I was afraid of.
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