Currently Being ModeratedJun 13, 2013 7:26 PM (in response to q-bit)
On your iPad 3 go to Settings>Mail,Contacts,Calendars>Default Calendar and be sure you have selected an iCloud calendar as your default and not something else like On My iPhone, a Google calendar, etc. If you haven't, make this change, then add a new event and see if it appears on your calendar on icloud.com now.
If your settings are correct and new events still aren't appearing on icloud.com, add any missing calendar events from your iPad3 to your calendar on icloud.com. Once the calendar on icloud.com is up to date, go to Settings>iCloud, turn Calendars to Off, choose Delete from My iPad when prompted (it will still be in iCloud), then after a minute or so, turn Calendars back to On. Then add a new event on your iPad and see if it appears on your calendar on icloud.com now.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 13, 2013 9:13 PM (in response to randers4)
Thanks for the quick reply.
I followed your instructions. My defalut calendar in the ipad settings was already a icloud calendar, so...
I reset the iPad's iCloud Calendar Settings to OFF (and Delete from my iPad).
Went back and reset the iPad's iCloud Settings to ON.
I then created a new "Test event" on the iPad.
NO LUCK! Still doesn't work. The Event created on the iPad is not getting synced to iCloud, and I can not see it at iCloud.com. (Though when I create the event and hit "Done", I can see the little white wheel in the upper left corner spinning - like it is synching something.
I made a "Test Event" on my MacBook Air (MBA) no problem. It immediately showed on icloud.com and ,as well, on the iPad's Calender. So, the iPad is "synching the downloads. It's just not uploading.
I even went so far as to - on the iPad - modify an Event that was originally created on the MBA. The Event modification made on the iPad did not sync back to iCloud either.
So, it seems every Calendar Event and modification that is made on the iPad does not get up-loaded to iCloud, but all Events and modifications made on iCloud or the MBA get downloaded to the iPad without issue.
This is only in Calendar. All other syncing Apps work fine.
Any other suggestions????
Currently Being ModeratedJun 13, 2013 9:19 PM (in response to q-bit)
Try turn the iCloud calendar off on your iPad again, choose Delete from My iPad when prompted, then force close the calendar app by going to your home screen, double-tapping the home button, locate Calendar in the list at the bottom, tap to close it, then tap the home button again. Then open your calendar again, go back to Settings>iCloud, turn Calendar to On, then after your iCloud calendar reappears on your iPad try entering another test event and see if it appears on icloud.com now.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 13, 2013 9:24 PM (in response to q-bit)
If that doesn't work, the next step is to try deleting and re-adding your iCloud account on your iPad. To do this, start by saving your photo stream photos to your camera roll (unless they are already there) by opening your my photo stream album, tapping Edit, tap the photos, tap Share, then tap Save to Camera Roll.
Then go to Settings>iCloud, tap Delete Account, choose Delete from My iPad when prompted, then after a minute or so sign back in with your iCloud ID and turn your data sync settings back to On. This will delete the account and your iCloud data from your iPad, but not from iCloud. Your data will reappear on your iPad when you sign back in.
Then try adding another test event and see if it appears on icloud.com now.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 13, 2013 9:38 PM (in response to q-bit)
I have to run now, but if you post back later I'll see it in the morning.
Currently Being ModeratedJun 13, 2013 10:49 PM (in response to randers4)
Your last suggestion seems to have fixed the problem.
Don't know what caused THAT. But it ate-up most of my afternoon, though....