You can quickly and easily import data to your Keep&Share calendar using .ICS, .CSV and .KCS file formats. The first two (.ICS, .CSV) are industry standard calendar file formats, supported by many programs. The third, .KCS, is a Keep&Share format that preserves Keep&Share's unique text formatting and colors on your calendar entries.

Note: When data is imported to a Keep&Share calendar, the data is added to any existing data present in the calendar. It is an “add to” process, not a “replacement” process. If you would like to create an exact copy of your calendar in your Keep&Share account, you will first need to export your calendar in a .KCS file formant and then import it into a blank Keep&Share calendar.

To import a calendar into your account, you will first need to choose the calendar in your account that you want to import your Calendar data to. Then click on the gray “Customize” button in the blue bar above your Calendar. Once you are in the “Customize” screen, click on the “Import & export my calendar” tab and then click on the blue “Import another calendar” link on the right-hand side of the screen.

This will open up the “Calendar Import” screen. Click the “Choose File” button to search and select the .KCS file from your computer. Then, simply click the “Import Calendar” button.

Importing a calendar from outside of Keep&Share (.ICS, .CSV)

First, export a calendar format file (either .ICS or .CSV) from your external calendar program, which can usually be found in the “File” section. Save this file to somewhere easy to find on your computer.

Then, click on the gray “Customize” button above the Calendar that you want to import your Calendar into. Once you are in the “Customize” screen, click on the “Import & export my calendar” tab and then click on the blue “Import another calendar” link on the right-hand side of the screen.

This will open up the “Calendar Import” screen. Click the ”Browse" button to search and select the .ICS (or .CSV formatted file) file from your computer. If you are using a .CSV file, then select the date format used in your .CSV file. Then simply click the “Import Calendar” button.

Note: If you are having difficulty importing a .CSV file, check out our importing with .CSV files solution page.

To learn more on all of the importing and exporting options available, visit our solutions in the Importing and Exporting Calendars solutions folder.