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Old Nov 5, 2012, 02:38 PM   #1
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Google calendar question

I have no idea whether this was present before ios6, but i've just noticed it..

I have a shared google calendar set up on my ipad and my ipod, which is also on my android phone and across to my husbands phone. Both my ipad and ipod are on the same itunes account, icloud, etc, same ios 6.0.1.

Yet if i create an entry on one device of mine, say the ipad,i can't edit it on the other, i.e. the ipod. It shows as if my email is an invitee where i can accept and decline the event. Is this something i have to live with, or does anyone know of a setting i need to change on one, or both devices.

I can live with the act that maybe entries created on my android phone might not play well, but was hoping that the two apple devices would just appear as the same...

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