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Our PDF export may not render correctly. It’s a known issue and we don’t have any fix yet. We would suggest that you export to HTML instead. Windows users can use Google Chrome to print the HTML export to PDF. To do that in Google Chrome click File > Print. Click the Change button under Destination and select Save as PDF. Please read this How To guide if you don’t want to use Google Chrome. Apple Mac users can use built in File > Print > PDF > Save as PDF to save the HTML as PDF from any browser.
You should be able to modify Date time format from DateTime Format section. You can change the date separator and clock style (24 hours or AM/PM). For duration you can select duration in decimal. Please don’t hesitate to contact Support if our current solution does not support the format you need.
In the Exporter form please check Additional > Additional fields > Day total to calculate total duration of each day. This will create a new column and put the total for every day there.
Please check Additional > Options > Sum all in the Exporter form to calculate the sum of all event durations. If you are logging your work hours in your calendar then this sum is the total number of hours worked.
Attendee related fields and filters can be found under Attendee section in the Exporter form.
You can use recurrent export feature to automate your workflow. To do that, at first, you will have to create a custom template with the calendars you want to use. Create the template with your custom setup if you don’t already have it. Now go to Recurring Exports tab to create automatic recurrent exports. First select how often you want to export (Repeat). You can chose from Daily, Weekly and Monthly. For Weekly you can select the day of week and for Monthly you can select the date of month you want the export to happen. Then select the Duration of the export. Please check the Summary section to make sure you have the correct configuration. Click Create Recurrent Export button when you are done. You will get your Excel file emailed to your account periodically.
FYI, currently we support only past duration, that is if you have a Weekly recurrent export scheduled for every Monday with 1 week duration, the export will contain entries from last week before the Monday. We are working on to support future export so that we can also allow exporting future events. If you need that feature please let us know via Support so that we can prioritize this feature accordingly.
Yes, templates are here for your rescue. You can fill in everything in the form and save that custom setup as a template via Template > Save Template. Next time you can simply load that template from Load Template, fill in the dates and export. Using template you can convert your complex process into only three quick steps. Templating also helps to avoid human mistakes that may happen while filling out the form.
Make sure you can see the calendar in Google Calendar either under em>My calendars or Other calendars section. if you don’t see it there you probably have hidden the calendar or removed it from your list. You can unhide it by going to Calendar Settings and checking SHOW IN LIST for that calendar. If it is someone else’s calendar make sure you add that calendar from Other calendars and get required permissions. As always feel free to reach us via Support if you still can not figure it out.
Possibly the browser is not being able to detect your timezone correctly. Please select the correct timezone in Exporter from Advanced > Timezone.
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