Export to excel
It will be great to export events with all available information (like a staff, customer, date and so on) and list of customers to Excel.
Agree, what is the use of custom fields if they cannot be exported with the other info about the bookings? Please include them in the export
Paul Jefferson commented
Exporting custom fields is a must. We have custom fields that are gathered as part of the Booking that we want to export to Excel to create labels.
Susan Miller commented
We are using several custom fields and need the data from those fields to be part of the export.
Glenn C commented
Does this even work. Ran it today (6/5/2020) and all I see are appointments in April. Do I need to change the current view?
Booking person should be able to define the #days used for the reporting. Should not be limited to 120 days (last 60 and future 60) is practically meaningless when you are reporting or looking to compare between years.
I agree totally with previous post. Very strange solution in general.
Fun when microsoft, who would have the least problem to export to xsls choose TSV as a export-format and suggest in the help-whitepaper for the user to change fileext into xls manually after download :)
Also the whole part with prices management seem totally meaningless if you cant get the data out in the export. Also the custom formfields/questions
Sure. Microsoft claims you can export a tab separated values file, BUT it does NOT contain any custom form fields that you add to the form. What would be the point of placing a field in a form... if you can't actually collect it for later use? I can see custom fields in the calendar event details, so why aren't custom fields in the TSV file?
I think it woudl be great if the report also showed custom fields which have been added to the services.
Hello! I think this feature is now available. https://support.office.com/en-us/article/reporting-information-for-microsoft-bookings-e150b415-d335-4818-93ac-acff4797a1b1?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US