Export Team Calendars Content to Other Calendars

Team Calendars allows you to quickly export calendar data so you can open it in other calendar apps like Google Calendar, Apple Calendar, Microsoft Outlook, or any application that supports importing .ics files.

Google Calendar

  1. Choose  to the right of the calendar and choose Export to iCalendar
  2. Save the .ics file to your computer
  3. Open Google Calendar, and choose Settings > CalendarsImport calendar
  4. Locate and select the .ics file you saved and choose Import

Outlook 2010

  1. Choose  to the right of the calendar and choose Export to iCalendar
  2. Save the .ics file to your computer
  3. Open Outlook 2010 and choose File Tab > Open > Import
  4. Locate and select the .ics file you saved and choose Import

Apple Calendar

  1. Choose  to the right of the calendar and choose Export to iCalendar
  2. Save the .ics file to your computer
  3. Open the Calendar app on your Mac and choose File > Import > Import...
  4. Locate and select the .ics file you saved and choose Import
  5. Choose the calendar you want to import the events into or choose New Calendar, then choose OK

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The information you import into your chosen calendar app is no longer connected to Team Calendars and won't be updated when you update Team Calendars. If you'd like your calendar app to be updated when you update Team Calendars, see:

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3 Archived comments

  1. User avatar

    Fabrizio Galletti

    With outlook2007 i suggest to subscribe by pasting the url into internet explorer. Some time Outlook2007 doesn't accept the path provided.

    I've some problem

    probably i'm missing something. Can't i add event to the subscribed calendar ? Subscribed calendar are only readonly?

    10 Jun 2011
  2. User avatar

    Doug DeJulio

    For those of us who build other systems that this might integrate with: okay, you're using the .ics format – is there documentation about your specific implementation details?  Is it all just VCALENDAR/VEVENT, or are there also VTODO, VJOURNAL, et cetera in there?  Are there any interesting X- extensions?  (I guess I have similar questions on the import side, too.)

    01 Dec 2011
  3. User avatar

    i.colonius

    Having the functionality to view calendars in outlook, ical, etc is nice. But without the possibility to change entries or set new appointments from external calendars its unusable for us, sadly.

    26 Jan 2015
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