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I can no longer add entries in the default "Normal Calendar" view. I get the following error:

"List does not exist. The page you selected contains a list that does not exist. It may have been deleted by another user. (f06d3f9e- d01a-5000-f009-cf2f4496eff8)"

Any suggestions to a fix is greatly appreciated. Thank you.

  • it sounds like someone has deleted the calendar. Are you able to access 'site content' - you can see all calendars, lists and libraries by looking there – Tally Jan 11 '18 at 11:15
  • Thanks for your reply Tally. Yes I can see the calendar in 'site content'. I can also add entries to the calendar through the list view. Issue only seems to occur when I try to add en entry through the calendar view. – ptek2018 Jan 11 '18 at 11:20
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In SharePoint Online, Try to investigate the issue by doing the following:

  1. Make sure that the list is not already deleted!

  2. Make sure you have sufficient permission (at least read).

  3. Try to open the Maintenance page by adding the ?contents=1 at the end of the current URL,

    https://YourURL/page.aspx?Contents=1
    

    Make sure that the list web part is listed!

    • If it's listed, check it, then click on delete button, then go back to the main page to add it again as the following:
      • Edit the page.
      • Click on Add web part.
      • At App Part > Select your Calander list web part > Insert.
  • Thanks for your reply Mohamed. 1. List isn't deleted as I can add entries through the list view to the calendar. 2. I have admin access. 3. Web part is appearing on Maintenance page – ptek2018 Jan 11 '18 at 11:25
  • try to delete it from from the maintenance page then add it again – Mohamed El-Qassas MVP Jan 11 '18 at 11:39
  • Thanks Mohamed, I deleted the web part and added it again. No longer getting the error. thanks for your help! – ptek2018 Jan 11 '18 at 15:32

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