Basecamp™ import
Import your time, task and project data from Basecamp™ into Intervals

John Reeve | August 8th, 2012 | , ,

Perhaps you’ve outgrown Basecamp™ and need to find a fast way to get up and running on Intervals to see if it’s a good fit. Or you might already be using Intervals and find the need to bring over some legacy data from Basecamp™. The Intervals Basecamp™ import utility will migrate your clients, projects, tasks and people, and merge them with your existing Intervals account data.

Each item will be mapped to its equivalent on the Intervals side. Whether you are looking to move completely to Intervals, or use Basecamp™ and Intervals together, the import tools will make the transition seamless. To get started importing your data from Basecamp™, log in to your Intervals account and navigate to Options -> Settings & Defaults -> Import Data.

Using the Basecamp™ Classic Import

Using the Basecamp™ Classic Import
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