How to Export a Facebook Calendar


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Of course I’m on Facebook, aren’t you? Both of my brothers are there, and even my Dad asked me about it! It’s a good resource for networking with others. Did you know you can take your calendar out of Facebook and put it onto your desktop? It’s easy to do with fbCal.

These days, your family and friends are putting all of their life events into the Facebook calendar. You’ll find birthday party invites, Tweetups, conferences, record parties – you name it and you’re going to be asked to show up to it. Heck, you will even likely be asked to attend virtual events via Facebook’s calendar feature, as well. You NEED this information to be visible in whatever calendar you actually use, y’all. You need to export this stuff!

With fbCal, you can get your events and friend’s birthdays in Apple iCal, Mozilla Sunbird, Google Calendar, Microsoft Outlook or in your RSS reader! The process can be done in less than a minute, and it’s free!

You simply sign in and allow the service both online and offline access to your Facebook account. This is very useful, so you don’t miss something important! You can find out who’s birthday it is, or make sure you don’t forget an event you wanted to attend! Heck, it’s even a good way to help keep track of events you yourself are organizing.

It’s the easiest and cleanest way to export data from your Facebook calendar to another device or program!

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10 thoughts on “How to Export a Facebook Calendar”

  1. Hey was trying to get some install advice on this fbcal, but your video, no offence was useless, why don’t you explain how to use it instead of wasting time talking about your “celebrity” status of knowing so mannnnnny people…

    thanks

    Jack off

  2. Thanks for expressing your conundrum about facebook friends, emotions about your family, and communicating each intuition you felt in the fleeting moment. Tons of epiphanies. That one link in four and a half minutes of talking was annoying, but you do what you have to.

  3. you know what they always say “never judge a book by its cover oh and talking about wasting peoples time well here some advice up your noise. Chris dude love your video’s and your very polite on your video’s keep on what your doing and be successful in your life.

    P.S.

    your video’s ROCK

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