When the Apple Card launched in 2019, it did so without the ability to natively export transactions to a spreadsheet. That is finally changing.
Update: Apple Card now supports the Open Financial Exchange (OFX) file format for exporting transactions to third-party financial apps like Mint.
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Apple has this week confirmed that the Apple Card now supports natively exporting transactions to a spreadsheet. The Apple-branded credit card, released in partnership with Goldman Sachs, has been able to export transactions to a PDF since August of 2019, but the export to spreadsheet option has been missing since launch.
To access a spreadsheet of your recent Apple Card transactions, just follow these steps:
- Open the Wallet app
- Select your Apple Card
- Choose “Card balance”
- Select “Export Transactions” after choosing which monthly statement you want to export
However, Fast Company notes that there is a bit of a limitation in place, at least for now. The publication says that Apple Card owners can only export the monthly statement, so you can’t export combined transactions:
There is a caveat to Apple Card’s new export features, however. You can only export transactions based on monthly statements. You can’t export combined transactions from multiple months or partial monthly transactions. You’ll also manually need to import the data to your money management software. Apple still won’t allow third-party services to automatically pull the data from your Apple Card account.
This also means customers can export directly to their favorite budgeting app(s).
This has been a long time coming, so it’s good to see the support finally arriving for Apple Card customers. It probably should’ve been available from day one, but better late than never, right?