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It's your firewall...I have TCPBlock on my system and encountered the exact same thing. Make sure you're allowing any sync services and iCloud to communicate with the outside world.


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There are a few things you can do to remedy the issue. One is to sign out and sign back into iCloud on your Mac. You can also try restarting your Mac and trying again to see if the issue persists. Apple also has a guide on resolving iCloud Calendar issues here.


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This issue is related to the API limitations itself and vary on different platforms, device, regional settings etc. However you can get some functions blocked if you create to many events or calendars in short period of time. Google: https://support.google.com/a/answer/2905486?hl=en iCal: support.apple.com/en-us/HT202158 How to Hit the limits of Google ...


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For me the solution was, that some gmail calenders were synced and some not. I found out that you have to check if they are marked for sync within gmail or not. For that purpose visit: https://www.google.com/calendar/syncselect and check if your problematic calendar is marked for sync or not. By default, all of your own calendars and birthdays are enabled ...


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Usually the appointments and other information comes from a Calendar that you signed up to. Look on the left to see which ones you are signed up to and disable the one you do not want.


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Try going into (Calendar) Preferences... -> Advanced and turn on "Time Zone Support" You will se a new menu item where you can change Calendar's time zone:


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You provided very little information, like what account (iCloud, Google Calendar, etc.) you are trying to add an event to. I suggest signing out of that account in Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars and then signing in again.


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If you add your Google account in the "Settings" app under "Mail, Contacts, Calendars" the sync works in both directions: Events entered on http://calendar.google.com appear in the iOS calendar app and events saved into the Google calendars on your iPhone/iPad will appear on the Google Calendar website. However this works only for new events. If you have ...


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Go into settings, scroll down to iCloud, make sure iCloud is "On" (or "green") for Calendars. As soon as I turned this on, I was able to create events again. The "+" sign was no longer gray, and it was red and active again.



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