iCloud is among the best ways to keep all your iOS and Mac devices synced with Contacts, Mail apps, and Calendar. You can even sync documents and Safari bookmarks with it. So, here are the steps to backup the iCloud Contacts & Calendar Data.
Backing up Calendar Data from iCloud
If you want to backup calendar data from iCloud, then you can follow the provided steps.
- First of all, you have to visit “iCloud.com” in your preferred web browser.
- After that, you should click on Calendar.
- Navigate to the sharing icon near to the calendar that you would like to backup.
- You have to go to the checkbox near to Public Calendar to make the calendar general.
- Go to the “Copy Link” option.
- Then you should go to the address bar and paste the link into it, but don’t press Enter or Return.
- Maybe you would like to do this in various buttons from the one in that you see the iCloud Calendars.
- You should out back the webcal part of the link with http.
- After that, hit on Enter or Return on the keyboard. The calendar will start downloading to the Downloads folder.
- Navigate to the iCloud Calendars button.
- You should go to the sharing icon near to the calendar which you shared.
- Now, go to the checkbox near to Public Calendar once more if you would like the calendar to be personal again.
Backing up the Contacts Data from iCloud
If you want to backup the contacts data from iCloud, then pursue the instructions given below.
- Get started by going to the iCloud.com in the preferred web browser.
- Then you should sign in to the iCloud account.
- You should click on Contacts.
- Navigate to the Contact group, which you would like to backup.
- You have to choose all of the contacts you would like to save. It can be able also by press downward the cmd key on the keyboard and select the contacts or specifically if you would like to choose all of them to choose a contact, pressing Shift, then selecting the lower side of the list of contacts you would like to choose.
- You should select the gear icon.
- Go to Export vCard.
- Select Cancel if you wouldn’t like to import that vCard into Contacts on the MacBook right away.
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