Currently Being ModeratedMay 28, 2013 3:04 PM (in response to Csound1)
Thanks you! I could not find this. I am trying it out.
Thanks for the added clarification.
I think I've got it, that is, to do any structural or rule setting related to iCloud, I have to do it via access from my Mac. Once set, they should apply to Mac and iOS devices as well.
Thanks again to both of you. I suffer miserably when new changes are introduced as I get older. Not necessarily more feeble but just not an active part of the culture and generation that business speaks to (i.e., I don't even get cell service where I live so have no need for many of the mobile devices so much in use. Nor do I have much interest in "sharing" my life. Most anything important enough for me to want important people in my life to know about, pretty much already know. No, I am not a curmudgeon.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 22, 2014 4:30 AM (in response to GeorgeInTheMountains)
I have had the same problem, and do not accept Apple's claiming that my information is secure. Ever since I started using my iPad mini and therefore downloading apps which require that I first log into my Apple account, I have been getting much more junkmail. I have to conclude that my email address is being shared with the app companies and then made available to who knows. Remember Google's claims that things were safe and secure. Well, not from them.
Currently Being ModeratedMar 22, 2014 4:34 AM (in response to Paulettetheb)
I have had the same problem, and do not accept Apple's claiming that my information is secure.
Then you should immediately stop using your Apple until you can find a system that you think meets your standards.