Prior to deleting the app I had two categories “A” and “B”, and each had a project underneath it “A1” and “B1”. Each of those had a few notes. My iPhone and iMac have more projects and notes on them.
I deleted the app from my iPad and reinstalled (5.4). After going through the splash screen and getting to the app itself, I get both of the categories I had set up, and the “B” category has one project “1” and both the notes it had before deleting. The “A1” project and its notes are gone, but remain on my iPhone/iMac.
As usual, categories/projects/items created on the iPad sync nearly instantly to the iPhone. Even editing notes created on the iPad using the iPhone don’t sync back to the iPad. There are only a dozen or so short, text-only notes on the iPhone, and since I created most of them on Sunday they’ve yet to sync to the iPad.
Other apps that use iCloud (e.g., Photos, iMessage, games) appear to sync changes from the iPad correctly. From what I can tell, it’s only Agenda that cannot.
Any chance you can add support for WebDAV sync? I have a Nextcloud server that might work better than iCloud. Otherwise, is there any way to get you some telemetry to debug? I’m sure you’re probably using one of the higher-level iCloud APIs (tho maybe not since you support alternative syncing mechanisms), and I haven’t coded any iCloud stuff, but thought maybe there’s some data it can give you about the status of its synchronization.
It seems weird that just one iOS device wouldn’t sync correctly, but it seems to be Agenda-specific. I really like what you’ve created, and I’d like to get it working.