Add Existing Team Calendar shows no results

I am using the hosted version of Confluence and in the Calendars section, when I click to Add Calendar, then Add Existing Calendar, then search for calendars, I can not get any results from the search.  I am able to find other users calendars if I share them via link, and after at least one user subscribes the calendars show in the Popular Team Calendars list but still are not shown in search results.  I have tried with calendars in different spaces, with and without read/edit restrictions but none of them show in the search.  I am not sure where to look to try and resolve this.

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Steven Behnke Community Champion Apr 24, 2015

Can you try to have your admin reindex the calendar add-on?

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Sorry for not replying sooner, our admin was on vacation.  We re-indexed this morning and that fixed it.  It is also indexing new calendars added after the re-index.  Is re-indexing something we need to do periodically or should that have been a one time fix?

Thanks for your help.

Steven Behnke Community Champion Apr 29, 2015

I've only had to do it once on my work instance and I don't recall ever advising any customers to do it yet. So one time fix.

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