by John Smith | November 29, 2016 5:11 AM
Recently we have received a lot of reports from iOS users claiming that they have been affected by the annoying iCloud calendar spam notifications. Basically, these iCloud calendar spams show up on your computer or iPhone as notifications. As a result, you will end up with invitations to events for buying spam junk products like “ray-ban. If you are experiencing the issue, don’t ever try hitting the “Decline” button and expect it never comes back.
In this tutorial, we will walk you through some tips to stop the annoying iCloud Calendar spam notifications on your iOS devices. Note that the below-mentioned solutions won’t alert spammers, so make sure that you follow along to get the issue fixed.
How to stop the annoying iCloud calendar spam notifications
Nothing is worse that the fact that you constantly receive spam in-app notifications on your device. Luckily, there is a simple workaround you can use to block these annoying spam invites and move them to your email. Here is the possible fix.
Step one: First and foremost, head to iCloud.com and login with your Apple ID account. Once you are in, click on Calendar to proceed
Step two: All you have to do now is to click the gear icon in the bottom and choose Preferences. After that, go to the Advanced section, look for Invitations and check the box next to Email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note that the above-mentioned solution is not perfect, but it should stop the annoying Calendar spam notifications from showing up on your screen.
If you still need notifications from iCloud calendar, you can try our second fix which engages in redirecting all these iCloud calendar spam notifications to a different calendar and remove that calendar to get rid of all the spam invites. However, make sure that you repeat the process every time you get new invites.
Step one: You need to open Calendar app. After that, tap on Calendars button located at the bottom of the screen
Step two: Next up, you are supposed to tap on Edit and select Add Calendars. After that, enter the name for that calendar and select Done
Step three: Once you are done, you now need to move the spam invites in the Spam calendar you have just created
Step four: Remove the calendar that contains spam invites. Remember to choose to Delete and Don’t Notify to make sure that your activity won’t alert spammers.
Step five: Once you are done, repeat the process for any future iCloud Spam Calendar invitations
That’s it! We are expecting that Apple releases the permanent fix for the issue. Hopefully, you follow our guide for fixing the problem in the meantime.
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