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On your Mac, if you open Calendar>Preferences>General at the bottom there is an option to change your default calendar. If you have Family Sharing turned on through your iCloud account, your shared family calendar may be the default calendar.


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Open the Contacts app, select your own email address in the list of contacts. In the menu on top of the screen, go to "Card" -> "Make this my card". Reload calendar. Then it should work, you will get a notification popup with accept/decline buttons. (I just had the same problem, on a Mac running Yosemite) Source


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Go to account settings and check individually calendars for them to update.


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Seems like a one way sync. Its not the first time iv heard of this issue popping up. You can try to solutions by the users above. But what I did was sync with a 3rd party Plug-in. Iv been using EVO Collaborator for several different syncing needs so I was using this for iPhone standard as well. And it has no problems whatsoever. So I suggest you try out ...


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Since data detectors are handled by Mail & not iCal itself you may turn this feature of with the following command entered in Terminal: defaults write com.apple.mail DisableDataDetectors YES To revert this behaviour: defaults write com.apple.mail DisableDataDetectors NO Please note that any time detection features of Mail are turned of as well.


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Try http://www.hashtagtodo.com Integrates to-do functionality within Google Calendar events. Works anywhere you already view your calendar (browser or any client).


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It's really weird, i tried all of these methods, but it did not help me. I continue search, and find funny answer https://discussions.apple.com/message/26990123#26990123 And it's work! I delete google account from the Internet Accounts in System Preferences, doing relogin, connect to different wifi connection, and setup google account again. And it works, ...


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When you add a new calendar "Event" on your iMac, there is an option to color tag the event to one of your calendars. If the color tag you choose is labeled "On My Mac", it will not sync to your other IOS devices (because "On My Mac" is not included on the Cloud). Use just about any other color coded calendar and it should sync. The safest is the one ...


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Recent versions of iOS and OS X support many calendar service providers, and within them you may have different calendars for each category: Work, Personal, Family, etc. Check on all synced devices that the same calendars are activated and visible. On iOS, open the Calendar app, tap on Calendar, and select those you'd like to be visible. On OS X, you can ...


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Open Calendar on your Mac. In the left column list of calendars, right click (or command-I) on the calendar in question and "Get Info" Check the box labeled "Ignore alerts" Hit "OK"


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It seems that it was a bug and that it will be fixed with OS X 10.11.0 and iOS 9. Since the first public beta (on both iOS and OS X) the problem disappeared (without any change on my side).


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I have Iphone 4s and this happens once or twice a year.I ignore signing in my emaail account when asked.This time I signed in to my account as if I wanted to send to my Calender and the plus sign turned back to red and now works.I don't normally sync to my account.I just keep info on phone.


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Yes, go to Calendar settings where you can choose defaults:


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I've had this issue recently as well. One way that seems to force a resync is to first go to the list of Calendars at the bottom of the Calendar app. Drag the list of calendars down, and the gear will start spinning at the top of the screen while the data is resynced. This has worked for me so far.



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