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I just recently updated from Mountain Lion to El Capitan and discovered that the iCal option to not show event time in month view was no longer available. I found a work around by checking "all day" and putting the time either in the location or notes area. Now the event time does not take up space in the event title line. I double click on the event line to ...


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You can't add calendars in the Calendar app, only in Settings. To add an event, you should have a calendar set up in Settings. If you do have calendars set up, make sure they are visible by going to the Calendars button at the bottom center in the Calendar app. Select "Show All Calendars" and see if you can now add events. If you don't have a calendar set ...


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You do not have to delete a contact's birthday to remove it from Calendar--unless it is the only birthday you want to remove. You can subscribe/unsubscribe to birthdays to allow them to show in Calendar. In iCloud Calendar, click the Action pop-up menu in the sidebar, then choose Preferences. In the General pane, select “Show Birthdays calendar,” ...


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Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendar > Sync > Choose a longer timescale


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Sorry i dont have enough rep to comment instead. However, if you feel lucky and really really need your calendar events, i would try this: Backup the iPhone using iTunes to your computer, make sure its a Unencrypted backup. Navigate to ~/Library/Application\ Support/MobileSync/Backup/ Look for the folder updated recently. Copy that folder to the desktop. ...


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While simply copying the directories mentioned in the question does not help (presumably, there is some database somewhere containing the uuids to the calendars and one has to copy that as well), it is possible to manually import the *.ics files by simply opening them. Update It seems that copying the folders and then rebooting actually does restore the ...


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A quick search into your issue shows you may have your Calendar set as "Buddhist". You can check this and change that setting by going to the Settings app -> General -> Language & Region -> Scroll down to Region Formats -> Tap Calendar -> Make sure it's set to Gregorian. Try that and see if that fixes it? Answer found here: https://discussions.apple....


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There are two places where you will need to disable this. As @howdytom explained, set alert to None when editing your event. Calendar will ask you to save this change for all future events. Calendar creates automatic alerts for your events. To change those, go to Calendar → Preferences → Alerts and disable automatic alerts by setting them to None. ...


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Yes, it's possible. Simply disable the notification checkbox on your recurring appointment that you wish to overwrite. Once you hit save it will ask you to apply the changes to all upcoming or only one occurrence.


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Empty appointments in a shared calendar could be caused by events that are marked as private from one of your colleagues. So it's a privacy feature in Outlook.


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This is because your iOS device supports the Exchange Active Sync (which is for mobile only) protocol where Mail and Calendar do not. For your OS X Mail and Calendar to work, you either need: Exchange protocol support in Mail and Calendar meaning Apple has to pay for licensing (not likely to happen) IMAP, CalDav, and/or POP3 service enabled on the ...


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Make sure that both your Mac and iPhone have calendar in iCloud turned on. If they do, try logging out of iCloud and then logging back in. If not, try using another calendar account like Yahoo or Gmail.


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Did you check in Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Fetch New Data > Fetch Every 15 minutes. Maybe it is set to Manually.



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