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Paleonx Level 1 (0 points)

For some strange reason last night all my class times that I had in my calendar disapeared right before my eyes in the calendar for this entire term, both past and future. I checked my iPhone and all of it is still there, but on they're still missing. I figured for some reason perhaps my phone simply wasn't syncing correctly so I re-entered all my class times on the website. I checked my phone and it now contains duplicates of all my class times. A short amount of time past and I returned to to discover that the newly re-entered class times had disappeared once again!


I've looked around the settings and I can't figure out why they're suddenly disappearing.


Any help would be awesome!

  • merfyleigh Level 1 (0 points)

    This exact thing happened to me between last night and this morning! My iPhone calendar and the iCal on my Mac are still accurate, but any repeating event in my "Work" and "Gym" calendars no longer show up on my iCloud calendar (which I'm accessing on my work laptop... a PC... ugh.) I tried the same thing -- adding back in some repeating meetings -- but then my iPhone showed duplicates. Just being without my full, accurate calendar on iCloud for one day has thrown a huge wrench into my productivity at work... If you solve the mystery, please post your solution!

  • JoT99 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm having exactly the same thing... If I make a change to these entries on my iphone then they do appear again online... but that was yesterday... they are gone again today...

    Extremely annoying... anyone have a solution??



  • harrybatten Level 1 (0 points)

    Same here, just some of the repeating events are missing from one of my calendars. They are still there on my iPhone and on Microsoft Outlook, just missing from

  • tifhill Level 1 (0 points)

    Happened to me also, only on recurring events. They appear on my iPhone, iPad, and even Outlook, but are completely gone from iCloud. Anyone contacted apple directly about this yet?

  • ijjr Level 1 (0 points)

    Problem here as well - hopefullly apple is hard at work to resolve

  • Emma Wettstein Level 1 (5 points)

    I've been having the exact same problem, since about the time you all did, as well! I was on and basically watched as many of my recurring calendars simply disappeared two days ago. My calendars are completely updated and accurate on my iPhone, but not on, no matter how many times I log out or change browsers. It must be a bug on Apple's end. Hopefully a quick fix if we show enough people facing the same problem.

  • cdanr Level 1 (20 points)

    Same problem here on every machine I access with, PC, Mac or Linux. The calendars are perfect in the Calendar app on my Mac as well as on my iOS devices but completely screwed up and missing most events on the web.


    Also, if I turn off the Mountain Lion Calendar app on my Mac, Fantastical loses tons of events as well and looks like With Calendar app running it shows the calendar with all of its events.


    I sincerely hope Apple fixes this soon. It is highly annoying.

  • austinfromolympia Level 1 (20 points)

    I have the same problem. Only mail and iWork documents are syncing. Everything else is down. I thought it was because I changed my password. But we are all describing the same problem, so something deeper is going on. How do we notify the peeps about this?

  • stella8358 Level 1 (0 points)

    I'm having the same problem. Every day I feel like there's one new event that has disappeared, but when I go back to add it, it will disappear again within an hour. These events have disappeared on my iPhone too, but not on my sister's phone, since it's shared and she's just a subscriber to my calender. But now she's getting duplicates, because for some reason all the one's I've been adding have been showing up on the calendar's feed, but just not on Weird.

  • Stephanie in PA Level 1 (0 points)

    Me too!  So frustrating!  I know that I'm not likely to forget my repeating events (classes, etc), but high functionality this is not!

  • ApBear Level 1 (0 points)

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    Many people have been having this same problem starting a couple of days ago.  I will be talking to Apple Support in a few minutes (a scheduled phone appt).  I will share all your experiences.  For what it's worth, my husband thinks that the problem is that repeated events lose their "roots" (the day you initially put them in).  Perhaps if you re-enter them as NEW recurring events as of today the roots will stay there for at least a while.

  • Stephanie in PA Level 1 (0 points)

    Thanks ApBear, but no dice.  I tried re-entering the recurring events.  Now, they show up twice on my phone, but still won't stay put when I try to view in the computer.

    I really appreciate your answer and will be looking forward to hearing what they have to say.

  • ApBear Level 1 (0 points)

    I talked to Apple today.  The senior advisor I spoke with said he was pretty sure the only events that were disappearing were recurring events I had entered on my device BEFORE I had a cloud account, or while the settings on my ipod were set wrong.  Check your device to make sure (under Settings) that the icloud calendar is set to ON.  Then re-enter all recurring events.  This is tedious but it seems to be working.  What I still don't understand is why it just started happening 2 days ago...

  • stella8358 Level 1 (0 points)

    I've that that a couple of times and it unfortunately isn't working for me.

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