Plaxo doesn't offer an "export" option for their calendars, but we do have a workaround if you want to transfer your Plaxo calendar to your Keep&Share account. What will need to happen is that you'll have to sync your Plaxo calendar with another calendar (such as Outlook or Google Calendar) and once your Plaxo calendar has been synced you can then export your Plaxo calendar from Outlook or Google and then import it into Keep&Share.
First you'll need to log into your Plaxo account. Then follow these steps:
Once you've done that you'll see a pop-up dialog that will allow you to choose what Gmail account or what Outlook calendar you want to sync your Plaxo calendar to. Once you've chosen the account of your choice you'll see an orange "Set Up Sync" button appear on the screen. You'll need to click on that button to finalize the sync between your Plaxo calendar and your outside calendar.
After you've synced your Plaxo calendar you'll need to export your calendar from Outlook or Google. To export your calendar from Outlook you'll need to look up the directions for the Outlook version that you have. To export your calendar from Google follow these steps:
- Go to your Google Calendar
- Click on the gear icon in the upper right-hand corner of the screen
- Click on the "Settings" option from the drop-down menu
- On the next screen click on the "Calendars" tab below the "Calendar Settings" text
- Click on the blue "Export Calendars" link
Once you click on the "Export Calendars" link a .ICS file of your exported calendar (with the synced Plaxo calendar information) will be downloaded to your computer. Once you've downloaded the file you can then upload it into Keep&Share using these steps:
This will open up the “Calendar Import” screen. Click the “Choose File” button to search and select the .ICS file from your computer. Then, simply click the “Import Calendar” button. We strongly recommend checking the box next to "Description and Location text into Event Notes" before you click on the green "Import Calendar" button. See the image below: