Turn of being notified every time a calendar event is added.

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    Howard Brazee New Member

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    A couple of months ago, I started getting notifications on my iPhone every time a new calender event is added or an old one is changed. I don't get them on my iPad, and my wife doesn't get them on her iPhone despite using the same calendars. I notice that opening a calender there or on my Mac, I have in-messages which I don't remember getting before.

    I looked at my wife's iCloud notifications and everything is turned on. I turned everything off on mine except for Upcoming Events.

    I did click on calendar on my wife's phone and noticed that at the bottom, where it says "Calendars" on mine - it says " ! Calendars" on hers.

    I don't want to be notified every time an event is added or changes - I only want to be notified when the calendar event says to notify me.
     
    Howard Brazee, May 9, 2018
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    Cory Cooper Moderator

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    Hello,

    -Which versions of iOS on all of the iPads/iPhones?
    -Are you both using the same iCloud account, or separate ones with shared calendars?

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    Cory Cooper, May 15, 2018
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    Howard Brazee New Member

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    Everything's current, and we are using my wife's account. I went to an Apple Store and found the setting I needed. I open the calendars app on my phone, open "calendars", click on (i) next to a calendar, slide "Show Changes " off, then click on "Done", Then repeat with other caoendars.
     
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    Cory Cooper Moderator

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    Excellent...glad you found solution.

    Thanks for letting us know.

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    Cory Cooper, May 16, 2018
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