3 Steps To Export Your Google Calendar Data To Excel 2022 – FAQ

Are you wondering how to export your Google Calendar data to Excel? Google Calendar is a popular tool for tracking day-to-day events. Almost every Android user uses it to track events and set up aspects like reminders, repeat events, etc.

One of the most daunting tasks is analyzing events in Google calendar. Most users face this problem when they want to view their scheduled routine in a presentable way.

This problem can be solved by exporting or summarizing calendar data into an Excel sheet. Exporting the data is the right thing to do because Google does not allow you to keep and maintain the calendar data for a long time. The calendar will remove your events and records after a certain period of time.

Fortunately, you can export Google Calendar data into an ICS file and do this for multiple calendars in your Google account. However, an ICS file is not compatible with the Excel file format. So first, we have to download the ICS file from the calendar and convert that file into a CSV file. Follow the below steps to successfully import and export the file from Google calendar.

Steps to Export Your Google Calendar Data to Excel

#1. Export Google Calendar File

  • Open Google Calendar and log in with your Google account credentials.
  • Click on the gear icon in the top right corner of the screen.
  • Select the “Settings” option from the list.
  • Select the “Import & export” option in the left panel of the screen.
  • Click the “Export” button to export the calendar into a zip file.
  • Now the Zip file will download. Extract it to have the ICS file.
  • Done.

#2. Convert Google Calendar ICS Into Excel CSV File

  • Go to the free tool indigoblue.eu to convert the ICS file into CSV.
  • Click on “Choose file” to select the file from your computer.
  • Select the format like “MM/DD/YYYY” and date&time.
  • Scroll down and select the columns you want in the excel sheet.
  • Click on “Convert to CSV.”
  • Now the CSV file will start downloading.
  • Done.

#3. Import the CSV File into Excel

Import the CSV File into Excel
  • Open Google search and type “Excel“.
  • Open the office.live excel option and log in with your Microsoft account credentials.
  • Select the Excel app from office pack of Microsoft.
  • Click “upload and open” in the Excel dashboard.
  • Now upload the CSV file from the upload window. Click to open the file.
  • The Excel sheet will open in a new window with all the data imported from your Google Calendar.
  • Done.

FAQ

Can I link My Google Calendar to Excel?

Yes, you can integrate or link Google calendar with Excel for the required purpose using tools like Zapier or automate.io. However, these are freemium tools, which means you can use them for free up to a certain task limit. Like in Zapier, you can use the integration for 100 tasks/month.
These tools allow you to automate the process without using a single line of code. Otherwise, to link them, we have created code based on the compatibility of the two web apps.
Without these third-party tools, you cannot link Google Calendar to Excel.

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