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  • TownMouse33 Level 1 (0 points)

    Well, there's no difficulty accessing them - it's just that the changes you make in one don't register in another. So if I make edits in Pages on the ipad they're not there when I access them on the MacBook, and vice versa. It's a pain, and it's not only me that's suffering it. I just don't think it works, even though it sounds easy. Thanks, anyway.

  • markwmsn Level 5 (5,572 points)

    As twanlen pointed out, that's one of the features that Apple claims is coming in Mountain Lion when it is released later this month.

  • TownMouse33 Level 1 (0 points)

    Well, I just hope s/he's right. But I won't hold my breath. Apple are claiming it's here now, but it's not. However, I live in hope . . .

  • twanlen Level 1 (0 points)

    That's what is says on the Apple website about Mountain Lion and they showed it on the Keynote too! Look at the Keynote around 47 minutes! http://www.apple.com/apple-events/june-2012/

  • georgesfromkoyao Level 1 (0 points)

    it seems that nothing works anymore with apple....

    except probably buying latest iPad and latest iPhone at apple store and play stupid games and go facebook with all our stupid pictures... sharing emptiness.

    they forget that some of apple users used to have a mac to WORK... not everything yet is produced in China... we still have to work to feed our kids... we can't spend the all day plaing with our fingers and a touch screen... silly world.

  • nancesendai Level 1 (0 points)

    I too have macs for work purposes and I find it frustrating that the only reason I got the upgrade to Mountain Lion was because I wanted to have continuous syncing between my iPad and my iMac at home; and that's the one feature that doesn't work!

    I know I have it set up right, because I created a new file on my iMac and saved it to iCloud.  Then, on my iPad I went Settings -> iCloud -> Storage and Backup -> manage storage -> numbers and all my new files I saved to iCloud are there.  So, the files are on my iPad, but when I open my Numbers app, they are not there.

    I read every blog I could find and no one had a solution to this problem. 

    The same thing happens in the opposite direction.  If I create a file on my iPad there is no way to save it to iCloud.  I can send it to iWork (which goes offline in 2 days) or email it, but there's no iCloud option.

     

    I got excited when I noticed there were updates on all my apps on my iPad as well as all iWork applications on my iMac.    Lo and Behold, they now look great with the Retina display, but ABSOLUTLY NO ICLOUD SYNCING even though those were the only two facts SPECIFICALLY MENTIONED IN THE UPDATE!

     

    I hope they fix this soon, because apple is 0 for 3 when it comes to their cloud promises.  Steve Jobs even mentioned how commited Apple is to Cloud Syncing in a keynote presentation before he passed.  I hope you don't let him down. 

  • deschnl Level 1 (0 points)

    This is working fine for me now in Mountain Lion. Make sure you have iCloud sync turned on for Numbers (and pages and keynote) on your iPad. Go to the Settings app and scroll down to Numbers (it's down at the bottom) and make sure "Use iCloud" is set to "on".

  • nancesendai Level 1 (0 points)

    I feel very embarrased now.  Thank you!  Your response had to be within 30 secs of my post.

  • deschnl Level 1 (0 points)

    Hah, yeah I had the same reaction as you did (*** this still doesn't work?!) but then I noticed somehow all my iWork apps had their icloud settings defaulted to off. Glad to be of assistance .

  • Makoclb Level 1 (0 points)

    Okay, I must still be missing something. I downloaded the updates. I have iCloud turned on on my MacBook, but whenever I try to upload a Pages document to iCloud, I get an error message.

  • T2YUKI Level 1 (75 points)

    Thanks! bobbyv3333.  It worked.

  • Slowrider74 Level 1 (0 points)

    I have Mountain Lion on my MBP with the latest iWork updates and I am not able to see the documents that I have in the cloud that I have on my iPad and yes sync is enabled.  Also documents that I create on my MBP just say waiting when I say I want them on iCloud..  Any suggestions?

  • T2YUKI Level 1 (75 points)

    I don’t know why, but all of my Macs and iOS devices start to sync documents in the iCloud by using the @me.com account not the @mac.com account.

  • twanlen Level 1 (0 points)

    It all works fine with me! Just update the programs via the app store and then it should be fine with Mountain Lion!

  • Hessam_44 Level 1 (0 points)

    I just installed this* update but my Numbers app on mac doesnt implement the icloud features. Pages and Keynote or workin nice in sync with my iDevices but numbers 2.2 on mac doesnt have the icloud menu. any idea?

     

    *http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5248

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