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I have an IMac, a MacBook Pro and and IPad. When I make changes to my calendar on my IMac, it shows up on the other platforms. But, when I make changes to my calendar on my IPad, for example, it doesn't show up except there.

Is this something I can change so that calendar changes anywhere show up everywhere, or is this just a 'feature' I need to understand?

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It might help to know a bit more about your setup. Are you using iCloud? If so, go open System Preferences on the Macs. Make sure you are logged in to your iCloud account. Then make sure you have checked the Calendars and Reminders option.

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ur reply prompted me to look a bit further into my settings. I had to enable my sbc.yahoo account and BINGO it worked.

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Glad you got that sorted out. Never occurred to me that the account might not be enabled.

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