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I wrote a bookmarklet to help with this task. It's very crude and it works for me today, but I've only tested it briefly and only in Chrome. It calls some JavaScript functions in Trello directly so it's extremely likely that it will break when they update the site. Hopefully it works for you, but please don't use it if your data is critical in case it ...


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This facility is now built in to Trello. Copy all your notes, one-per-line, to the clipboard In a list in a Trello board, click on "Add" Paste in all your lines, to this first new item Click Add, or hit Enter, and Trello will create one new task per row,


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You can do this by clicking "Add | Add by URL" at the bottom of the left nav on your google calendar homepage. Figure: Adding an iCal to sync is as easy as adding the URL You will be asked to choose to sync with your main calendar or a new named one, but if you stick it in the main calendar you should then get it on your other devices.


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I am using Wordpress 3.0 so I am not sure if this applies to previous versions of WP or not. In the WP admin, go to Tools > Import. Then you'll see a list of import tools you can install and use.


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I found a final solution to this! I based it off of the code to add Gmail as a mailto: handler, and adapted using information taken from Google Chrome's preferences file: javascript:window.navigator.registerProtocolHandler("webcal","https://www.google.com/calendar/render?cid=%s","Google Calendar"); To use it, just go to Google Calendar, open Firefox's Web ...


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If you are using Google Chrome then you can make Google Calendar your handler for ICS files: Click the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar. Select Settings → Show advanced settings (at the bottom of the screen) In the Privacy section, click Content settings (you'll need to scroll down) Click on Manage handlers... and associate webcal with "Google ...


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I don't think this is currently available. I'd recommend putting in your vote for this feature on their GetSatisfaction site.


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You should be able to get an iCal link for your Facebook calendar. Then you can import it into Google Calendar. That's what I've done. Add | Add by URL The URL will look something like this: http://www.facebook.com/ical/u.php?uid=666799173&key=f71bc5993a


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Google has a help page on this topic, which will allow you to get emails which still exist on the server of your other account (or emails that you receive in the future). If you want to import email which you have already downloaded (e.g. from a POP3 server), the easiest way by far is to log in to Gmail using the IMAP interface from your email client, and ...


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I have had the same need for quite some time. And because I couldn't find anything suitable, I've built my own app. It's called Calify. http://www.califyapp.com The installer registers the app as the default program for handling *.ics files, so it works for both opening e-mail attachments and downloading event detail exports from webpages. It does not ...


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It looks as though the support for hResume you read about for LinkedIn is only in how your profile is viewed. This is not a feature for importing your hResume content. Source: LinkedIn Launches hResume In my own interest, I submitted this question to LinkedIn support for clarification and the final response confirms that hResume formatted importing is NOT ...


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One method would be to export your bookmarks from Google Bookmarks. This will generate a bookmarks.html file that can be imported into Google Chrome via the Bookmark Manager. Then if you enable bookmark syncing in Chrome, it should move your bookmarks to the Google Docs Chrome folder. It's a round-about method, but should work.


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I successfully used Got Your Back (GYB) to move 7 years of messages (with labels!) from a @gmail.com account to my new Google Apps account at my own domain. Here's how: Backing up your old @gmail.com account Download GYB and unzip it somewhere. (I'm on a Mac so I used the "Python Source" version, but if you're on Windows you'll need that version instead.) ...


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If you can import the EML files into a mail client that support IMAP this will be easy. It seems that Thunderbird can do this, but I'm not 100% sure. (Don't have a local copy to play with.) Anyway, set-up Thunderbird to be an IMAP client for Gmail. (Lifehacker has an excellent guide to do this.) Then, import your EML files into Thunderbird. If necessary, ...


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You can import contacts as a .csv file following the instructions here; http://help.live.com/help.aspx?project=mailfull&market=en-us&querytype=topic&query=wl_mail_proc_importer.htm Sign in to the Windows Live Hotmail website with your Windows Live ID. In the upper-right corner of the page, click Options, and then click More options. Under ...


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Yes it is. In settings->Accounts and Import->Import mail and contacts you can import all contacts and received mail from a pop3 or webmail account. In settings->Accounts and Import->Add Pop3 email account you can make gmail to check an account regularly for a mail and get it.


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In the Google Knol: Changing your gmail username or email address, it says: If you absolutely need the old label structure, the only solution is to use an IMAP client to connect to both the old and new account and copy over folders/labels. But this solution can be tricky, because you can only copy over a certain (unspecified) amount of mail ...


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Yes. From the Google Calendar site go to settings and then to the "Calendars" tab. About half way down the page under your list of current calendars is an "import calendar" link. You can pull in calendar data in iCal or CSV formats. See Google's help page for more details.


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The e-mail fetcher would only fetch new e-mails that are on the inbox of the POP account. IMAP is the the way to go. Here's a quote from another guide: It was simple: I merely added Gmail as an IMAP account to my Apple Mail client, then just dragged folder-by-folder all the messages important to me onto my Gmail account. It took a while to transfer all ...


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Most of the solutions I saw here were pretty technical. Here is one that is really easy to do. You could use this Zap to automatically create Trello Cards from Google Docs spreadsheet rows. The idea is that once you make this Zap, you can paste your CSV into the a Google Doc and run it through into Trello. I think there is a limit of about 200 items per ...


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See this: Blogger Help: Import and export blogs To make a copy of your blog's posts and comments, you have to export your blog and then import it to another existing blog. Export Your blog To export your blog, simply click "Export Blog" from the Settings | Other tab. Then, click the Export Blog button. Your blog will be stored as a ...


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Just announced from the Gmail team: Easily add events from attachments in Gmail into Google Calendar Now when you receive an attachment with calendar events in .ics format, you can add these events to your Google Calendar right from Gmail with just one click. No more downloading and manually importing! Plus, events created in Google Calendar ...


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You can use fbCal fdCal ( no idea when this name was changed) With fdCal 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!


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Take a look at GroovyLists. Groovylists take your playlist (only exported iTunes XML Playlists at the moment) and add them to Grooveshark.


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An interesting workaround is to send the .ics file to your gmail and then just click the Add to calendar. (Don't forget that you can easily drag and drop files into your Gmail as attachments.) Especially if you want that mainly for Facebook events then you don't even have to download the file, because you have the option to send it to yourself. and the ...


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To get mail from other accounts, you can use Get mail from other accounts option available in the Accounts tab which you have highlighted. More details can be found at Get mail from other accounts It will be labled, Check mail from other accounts (using POP3):


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I've created and shared a Google Spreadsheet which you can use to import multiple entries. It's geared towards a Scrum product backlog, but you could customise it if you want. Details here: http://www.littlebluemonkey.com/blog/online-scrum-tools-part-3-upload-existing-product-backlog-into-trello/


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https://developers.google.com/google-apps/sites/docs/1.0/developers_guide_protocol#CreatingContent If you set up an Oath account, you can use the Google Sites API to automatically upload hundreds of web pages. https://developers.google.com/gdata/articles/using_cURL http://code.google.com/p/gdata-python-client/source/browse/samples/sites/sites_example.py ...


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There is an official tool by the google liberation front to import and export google sites: From the website: "The downloaded site will not be styled and will not include the chrome and is completely unstyled, but will contain all of the content included in the site." http://www.dataliberation.org/google/sites


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There isn't currently a way to import data, though it may be added in the future.



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