That's correct. Subscribed calendars (except for the system Birthdays calendar) do not show at iCloud.com. Subscribed calendars only show on Macs and iOS devices in the Calendars app.
Ok I have read and read and even read some more.... But are we serious in the fact that we cannot add a subscribed calendar to Icloud and have it visible in the cloud.
Yes I know I can add it via any of my IOS devices and select icloud as the location and have it populate to them all, BUT it does not show in the ICLOUD calendar, only Birthdays is the only so called subscription calendar.
Yes i will survive but I like to use my icloud calendar and contacts etc but if it is not going to show all my appointments in my icloud calendar it kida defeats the purpose or only provides half the options.
So my questions are:
Am i correct in saying that a subscribed calendar configured thru icloud or any ios device will not show up in the ICLOUD calendar, but will show in any of the ios devices configured to the cloud...
Very frustrated as hence why i moved over to the MAC world in the first place.