I exported a few lists in CSV format successfully. They then open in Excel and
you can save them as an Excel workbook or paste the data into another.
I haven't imported a list to PK Birds yet because I don't have a CSV-SQL
One thing to emphasize about David's explanation: you do need to run iTunes on
a Mac or PC and connect your iDevice to it
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> On 1 Dec 2013, at 4:31 pm, David Adams <> wrote:
> However if anyone has been able to make the 'export your lists' function
>> I'd be grateful to hear of it, and would like to know how it is done. If I
>> tell the App to export the lists to iCloud, they may indeed go somewhere,
>> they certainly don't appear in iCloud. And if I tell it to "Sync to
>> the files may indeed go there, but remain invisible and so impossible to
>> access. The "Help" advice given in the App has proved less than helpful.
>> There you are told first to choose Apps in 'iTunes' and then scroll down
>> file-sharing. Unfortunately there is no such option available; there is
> just a
>> list of all the Apps you have purchased from the Store.
> I haven't used the list features or tried to export them but may be able to
> shed some light on the iTunes part of it. For the file sharing option to
> make sense, you need to pick a device. Connect your iThingy with iTunes,
> click on the device on the left side and then click on Apps. This shows the
> app configuration for that piece of hardware, not for your overall iTunes
> library. From there, you should be able to find "PK Birds" at the bottom of
> the Apps window under File Sharing. Note that the File Sharing part of the
> window may not even be visible, depending on your screen's size. If so,
> just scroll down using the scrollbar on the right side of iTunes itself.
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