It’s easy to import subscribers, contacts, or users into CalendarWiz. Import your email list from another application in minutes. Learn the difference between CalendarWiz Users and Subscribers.
Step 1: If you have your subscribers or contacts in another application, export your list as a CSV file. You can open the .csv file with MS Excel or another spreadsheet application.
Step 2: Go to your CalendarWiz Admin Menu > Users & Subscribers > Import tab > click “Download Sample Import file” for either subscribers or user.
Step 3: Here are the accepted column heading names in CalendarWiz. Email, First Name, and Last Name are the only required fields for import.
Allowed Column Headings
State or Province
Zip or Postal Code
Group (One email group per subscriber on import)
Step 4: Prepare your import file in MS Excel or other spreadsheet application. Insert the above column heading names into your file. For example, if your file’s column heading was “surname” you’ll replace it with the column heading “Last Name.”
Step 5: After you’ve edited your column headings, be sure to save changes with the Save As option and keep the file type as CSV (Comma delimited). Save as a NEW file name to maintain a copy of your original file.
Step 6: Return to the CalendarWiz import screen. Select if you are importing “Users” or “Subscribers.” Click the [Choose File] button and then locate the .csv file you just prepared. Next, click the green [Import] button.
Step 7: Confirm the Import. Here you’ll be able to review your list as well as any import issues.
Step 8: Pertains to User Imports only. Choose to invite users to create a password NOW or LATER. If you have not yet completed your calendar setup, we’d suggest sending the invite later when your setup is complete.
You can invite imported users to create their password at any time via: Users & Subscribers > Pending Users tab > click [Invite All Users]
If you encounter any issues at all, email us at email@example.com – we’re here to help. Feel free to attach your import file so we can take a look.