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Sun, Jul 3, 2022 12:53 PM

Export an existing AT&T/Yahoo Calendar to another existing AT&T/Yahoo Calendar

I have two AT&T sbcglobal.com email accounts. One of the AT&T  email accounts has an active Yahoo calendar which I use and have scheduled many activities through out the 2022/2023 years, the other AT&T sbcglobal.com email account also has a Yahoo calendar but I have not scheduled any activities (is blank). I want to transfer/export all of my Yahoo active calendar to the other Yahoo blank calendar. I tried finding instructions on google but have not been very successful. Can you please help. Thank you.

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tonydi

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8.6K Messages

5 months ago

@alfherjr64 

  1. Click the Calendar icon, then click where it says Calendar full view.
  2. Find the calendar you want to export in the list on the left and click the down arrow to the right of the calendar name. 
  3. That will give you the Export option and make note where the file is downloaded.
  4. Go to the other calendar, do the same steps but choose Import and go to that same location to select the file.
ATTHelp

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5 months ago

Let's get you pointed in the right direction to transfer your calendar, @alfherjr64

 

You'll want to contact Yahoo's support group for further assistance. They'll have more specialized tools and experience to help with exporting your calendar to another account.

 

If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out. Thank you for contacting AT&T Community Forums! 

 

Raiden, AT&T Community Specialist 

 

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5 months ago

tonydi, thanks for your input, it work, a lot easier than I thought. Have a nice weekend.

tonydi

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5 months ago

Great, glad to hear you've got it working!

And if you need any more help from ATTHelp to "point you in the right direction" 🙄 feel free to reach out. 

The rest of us regulars will be here to give you actual help.  

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