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    Elise commented  · 

    I'm back Igor :)
    Do a google search. Several that.may be a good partner to use with BC until this is satisfactory for you.

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    opensource export calendars apk

    Also look at f-droid.

    Forgive me asking. Does it realllllly take you that.much more time to do one at a time?

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    Elise commented  · 

    I made a separate calendar called marker. Have used colorful lines or emojis. i start it at the end of my all day events. Works great

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    Elise commented  · 

    Until bc adds that to the app, i have done this a couple yrs.now since i do not need every single event create date.........just certain ones.

    Can use text editor or any spreadsheet like gnumeric.

    Every calendar i might need to do that for, when í use ical import export apk iand export the calendar then quickly save contents in txt or html form right then for future create dates.

    open the iCal (.ics) file (export it first) with a text editor (notepad is fine) or another app - you can check the code. Each event is a component called VEVENT so find the one you want and within that section the fields you are interested in is CREATED or LAST MODIFIED (possibly). It will look like this: "CREATED:20090221T204906Z"

    So in the above example it was created 21-02-2009 at 20:49:06

    The Z means UTC(GMT) time, if there is no Z present it means local time.

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    Elise commented  · 

    Been doing this for couple years. Just search google "run android on" windows or mac.

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