Printing, Saving and Sharing Your Parenting Time Report

Your parenting time report is always accessible in Custody X Change with up-to-the-moment calculations.

You may want to print, save or share it to help you negotiate with the other parent, file a settlement or present evidence in court.

Getting ready to print, save or share

To access your parenting time report, first click the "calendar" tab.

In the top right corner, you'll see percentages. This is a preview of your report. To see the full thing, click "calculation report" (or the pie chart icon on smaller screens).

Once your report is open, use the menu to select a time period.

Select the time period you want calculations for. For custom dates, select "other dates" and fill in the fields that appear. These can be past or future dates.

Next, choose whether you prefer the report in color or black and white. Check or uncheck the box at the top right of your screen to switch.

If you want to adjust the data itself, edit your schedules or consider factors that impact your parenting time.

To update a parent's name or assigned color, visit your account settings. (Click the user icon in the top right corner of the app, and select "account settings" from the drop-down menu.)


To print, click the "print" button at the top right of your report. (On small screens, the button may just be a printer icon.)

This will pull up printing options based on the device you're using (paper size, number of copies, etc.). Make sure the printer you want to use is selected.

If you only want to print specific pages, type their numbers into the field marked "pages" or "page range."

Hit "print" when you're ready.

Saving as a PDF

A PDF file looks the same regardless of your software, hardware or operating system. This makes PDF a great format to save your parenting time report in.

There's only one step: clicking the "save as PDF" button at the top right of your report. (On small screens, the button has a document icon on it.) This downloads a file to your device titled "parenting-time.pdf," which you can rename, print, email or use however you like.

Saving the data only (exporting)

Exporting your parenting time data means you download it to a file that you can then upload in a spreadsheet tool like Microsoft Excel or Google Sheets.

To do this, scroll to the bottom of your report and click "export parenting time data."

Your device will begin downloading a CSV file. Follow instructions from your spreadsheet tool to upload the file there.

When you make changes to your calendar, you'll need to do a new export in order to see the changes reflected in your CSV file.

Sharing with a linked account

To share an up-to-the-moment report — with the other parent, your lawyer or others — set up linked Custody X Change accounts.

Any paid account linked to yours can see your parenting time report update in real time. The person with the linked account can also make changes to your calendars, affecting your parenting time report; you'll receive a notification whenever they make a changes.

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