Are you looking to move from GasCubby and start using Fuelly exclusively or would you like to keep using GasCubby? The reason I ask is because we are still working on a new version of the iOS app (GasCubby). Until the app with sync is released, it's best to only use one system.
If you want to use Fuelly only, you will need to click on search >> export and send yourself the CSV. From there you would need to open that file in Excel and adjust the columns to match the forum that Fuelly requires (found here).
We do plan to allow full cross platform access to your data from the web, iOS or Android but we are still putting the pieces together to make this happen. I plan to post a development update on this here in a bit.
I just exported my CSV from GasCubby. It took 5 or so minutes to move the columns around, re-name them, and delete the "extra" data to prepare it to upload to Fuelly.
Relatively simple process, but not "turn-key" by any means.
Hopefully the new app will, indeed, allow inputs of data into the iOS app, and then it will automatically (or manually, I suppose) sync into Fuelly and be available to analyze and manipulate on the website.
I just joined Fuelly but I've been using Gas Cubby for about a year. You bought yourselves the best fuel tracking app on iOS, so congratulations for that. I'm not so thrilled with App Cubby for abandoning Gas Cubby, but that's business. I've used countless fuel tracking apps over the years and when I switched from Android to iOS, I finally settled down with Gas Cubby as the best of its kind across both platforms, with over three years of mileage data and every tank recorded.
So please, all Gas Cubby needs is a new name, icon and a way to sync with Fuelly.com. It's already the best app of its kind.
Okay this my be a dumb question but I must ask. Where do I find the importer for the file. Is it on this web page or do I do it by app? please a link would be good. I found the link above but where is the importer????