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How to export Google Calendar?

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Google Calendar is one of the many services of Google LLC and was released publically in 2009. Using this service, users can create and edit the events on their calendar. Users can also download and print their calendars using this service.

Apart from that, Google calendar uses machine learning to sync the events from other Google services such as Gmail.

In this article, we explain how you can export Google Calendar on your device. Do read the article till the end to get an idea.

Export events from all calendars that you have created

To export all the calendars that you have created, Open Google Calendar and then sign in with your Google account and follow the steps that are mentioned below.

Step 1: Click on the gear icon at the top right. This icon is located on the left of the Schedule button. Step 2: After that, click on the Settings option from the drop-down menu.

Step 3: Then click on the Import and export option from the left bar.Step 4: Click on Export. Once you have clicked on the Export option, you will notice that all the calendars will be downloaded in a zip file. You can then open the zip file using the relevant software.

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Export only a particular calendar

If you want to export only a particular calendar that you had created, open Google Calendar and then sign in with your Google account and follow the steps given below.

Step 1: On the left tab, you will see My Calendars option. Click on the option to expand it. Step 2: Now, click on the three-dot button on the right of the calendar that you have selected.Step 3: Click on Settings and sharing option from the menu.Step 4: Then click on the Export button to download the calendar.Unfortunately, you cannot export Google Calendar via the app. You will have to open the Google Calendar on the web.

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Kumar Hemant

Kumar Hemant

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