Export Calendars Pro: Convert Calendar Items to Excel & CSV
By Stefan Keller
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Export Calendars Pro will let you easily export events and reminders from your Mac's Calendar and Reminders apps to an Excel, CSV or tab-delimited file. But it's not just any export tool: It lets you export special fields like an event's duration, which is great for determining your billable hours. It also lets you export any contact property for any participant for an event from your Address Book.
This makes Export Calendars Pro the perfect addition to your workflow: Manage appointment with your clients in an iCloud calendar on your Mac, iPhone or iPad, export them with Export Calendars Pro and import them into your accounting program.
GET YOUR EXPORT IN 3 EASY STEPS
1. Select a time frame for the export. Use one of the provided presets or set custom dates.
2. Select the calendars as well as the fields you want to export and determine the order of the exported data.
3. Select the export format: Excel Workbook (.xlsx), CSV or tab-delimited. Select the preset the app offers or create (and save!) your own.
Export Calendars Pro files can be imported hassle-free into Excel (Windows and Mac), Numbers, FileMaker and more - with leading zeros, dates and special characters (umlauts etc.) preserved.
Trial version available.
What's New in Version 1.4
- Added time zone support. Dates are now exported in the event's time zone by default. Previously, dates were exported in your local time zone (this option is still available). Use a date's format menu to switch between the modes.
- The app no longer performs an auto-refresh by default whenever changes are made to the Calendar database. You can re-enable Auto-Refreshing in the "Calendars" menu.
- The app no longer requires access to your contacts and reminders in order to run.
- Category: Business
- Updated: Jun 23, 2015
- Version: 1.4
- Size: 1.6 MB
- Languages: English, German
- Seller: Stefan Keller
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Compatibility: OS X 10.8 or later, 64-bit processor