Apple Card Native Spreadsheet Transaction: In 2019 when the Apple Card launched, it did so without the ability to natively export transactions to a spreadsheet. But now it is finally changing.
Apple today confirmed Apple users that the Apple Card now supports natively exporting transactions to a spreadsheet. It means you can download your Apple Card data, and then import it into your budgeting setup of choice. The Apple-branded credit card, launched in partnership with Goldman Sachs. Since August 2019 they have been able to export transactions to a PDF. But the export to spreadsheet choice has been missing since launch.
Earlier, Apple only made Apple Card statements available via PDF, but this latest brand new spreadsheet option is much more versatile for users.
One of Apple Card’s most prominent annoyances is that you can’t directly share transaction information with financial planning apps like Mint or YNAB. Apple provides much well-organized information about your spending in the Wallet app. But that doesn’t give you an entire picture of your finances as it doesn’t include your earning and spending.
From January 21, Apple will enable you to export monthly transaction lists as a CSV spreadsheet.
It’s a very common format that imported by most major financial planning apps and services. You don’t want an iOS update to take the benefit of this feature. It’s a server-side update. It means that it takes a little time for the feature to be available to everyone. Follow these steps to export your Apple Card monthly transactions:
Export Apple Card Monthly Transactions:
Here’s how to access a spreadsheet of your recent Apple Card transactions, just follow these steps carefully:
Go to the Wallet app and open it.
Choose your Apple Card.
Select “Card balance”.
Choose “Export Transactions” after selecting which monthly statement you need to export
However, Fast Company suggests that there is still a limitation in place, at least for now. According to publication Apple Card owners can only export the monthly statement, so you can’t export combined transactions:
There is a warning to Apple Card’s latest export features, however. You can also export transactions based on monthly statements. But you can’t export combined transactions from different months or partial monthly transactions. You’ll also manually want to import the data to your money management software. Still, Apple won’t allow third-party services to automatically heave the data from your Apple Card account.
It means customers can export directly to their most favorite budgeting app(s).
A long time coming, so it’s good to see the support finally reach for Apple Card customers. It might be available from day one, but better late than never, right?
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