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export to ical or outlook automatically

This feature shouldn't be so hard to implement and would definitely get the attention of many people. By just adding the alternative of an internet calendar link (ical), or the option of exporting the outlook entries, people can visualize how they used their time in different platforms such as google calendar, outlook, or the mac calendar. It also brings the alternative of syncing with pocket pc
and other devices instead of having to download a csv.

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      • Gregory Heller commented  · 

        Concur with L.ines: but i would like both: bidirectional interaction with google calendar and/or outlook. I'd like events from a particular calendar (or perhaps based on inviting an address connected to my slim timer account) to show up in my timer (after they take place). AND I would like to be able to see all of my timer entries on a google calendar. Ideally that would take the form of an ical subscription.

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        It would be great to implement this feature, right now I do it manually: CSV export, some easy modifications via Excel and then back to CSV to import into gCal

      • l.ines commented  · 

        I would prefer the opposite. I would like to be able to import some calendars from google calendar. For example, If in my calendar I have a particular calendar that accurately states what meetings I went to, then I could import it into slimtimer and have it add that time to the tasks I already have. Instead of re-entering the time, or having to use an iphone ap at meetings, I could just edit the info from the google calendar. This would also go well with the planned versus actual time other people were interested in.

      • jellymould commented  · 

        This is a really interesting idea for enabling users to review their productivity.

      • elcidd commented  · 

        I think this would be a great feature

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