What a frustrating few days! Right, from my iPhone calendar app I can move the meetings from an Exchange calendar over to iCloud with one click. You should frequently back up everything available in case something goes wrong. This problem showed up for me yesterday. Unfortunately i have never done a backup. Maybe that is what is happening.
Still can't see it from my android, even though I can see it with no issues from my calendar on the laptop and from my gmail account which is the same one on my android. Actually, different devices may have different reasons to cause missing Calendar app and calendar events on iPhone. This happened to my wife's Eris today. Most of the calendar invites he sends don't have this issues just a few. I do not work for Microsoft, but I can tell you that the Calendar app has always only synced a very short period of time. This will result in a fresh automatic restore and, presumably, your missing events should be recovered. Do you have access to Outlook Web Access to see if the events are in that Calendar? There was none of the entries visible that i have made on my cellphone.
I did a test on a couple calendar events. We certainly hope that this was a useful read for you. For lost Calendar events, you may have deleted the calendar events you added without realizing it. Affected users may be missing entries in their calendars. What is going on here, and how do I fix it? Hello, exactly the same happens to me. But for now my calendar is useless!! Are you certain the event you're entering is specifically associated with your Google account calendar, as opposed to your Phone account calendar? An event I entered yesterday morning for next March 15 2016 , I see, is also missing -- so this problem existed, at least for me, as early as yesterday.
When i have added a new entry i always choose to do it as a gmail-entry. The setting that controls how long items are kept is near the bottom of the General Options page. When it syncs, the calendar events are removed, leaving only the weather forecasts. Kind of a roundabout way to get the calendar back but it worked. Which means distribute not only yourself, but rather for everyone anyone make a difference, like.
If you're having issues getting a problem solved with Google Support, 's ticketing system can help you get it escalated. I will check his iPhone today. Back to Google Calendar, Create a new calendar, give it a name. Indeed, that seems indirectly to be part of the problem: it appears that when the phone syncs with our Google account, if the event is not already present on our calendar e. And, to recap the problem, what seems to be happening is that the events on your primary Google calendar are not showing up in the Calendar app in your phone if you are running, in particular, the stock Eris software, though this appears to be affecting other 2.
Around the time this happened, do you remember downloading or updating any applications? Hmm, not sure what's next. For people running Sense on Android 2. Is there something I can do to remedy it? Its doesn't matter which app I use official Google Calendar or Business Calendar , the newly created events disappear. I have no idea how to do any of that. If I have time tomorrow I will look through my posts and try and find the thread Although it's been a long time since the last post, I found a solution to this problem and would like to post it for anyone who is dropping on this page from a google search like me. The Cause Typically, sync software defaults to syncing current appointments and deletes appointments older than a few weeks to conserve space, with a default setting of 60 days 8 weeks or similar. Entries can disappear from your synced Outlook calendar for several reasons, including the settings on your smartphone or shared calendar, the AutoArchive feature and delegate access.
I've followed the steps above three separate times. All events entered on android device since Monday 9th March are deleted when attempting to sync to google. Syncing Tips Always, always back up your contacts and calendar when you get a new handheld and start syncing with Outlook. You are all right, Mr. I know deleted events how up in the audit logs because I tested creating and deleting.
The same goes for Google Calendar. Pad in what ever figure elements with your lowdown because could be smart like instances not updates. Luckily, when I switched to 2-way sync. It's gonna be a long summer. This post by may help to explain why you're still waiting for the latest update, and why carriers may be the reason. When I make entries into my Google account calendar, the changes show up on my phone not the other way around. Because the appointments were deleted by the device and synced to Outlook they may not be placed in the Deleted items folder.