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Team viewer - How do i export my partner list

In Team Viewer, How do i export the partner list, i have created a new account and i want my partner list for it. I have over 100 partners and it would take way too long to do manually.
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Terry Snider

8/22/2022 - Mon

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i found a section in options > advanced options

that lets you export your "options" configuration, and a screen pops up with check boxes of all the things that are included in the export (PARTNER LIST IS ONE OF THEM). it exports a .reg file to your desktop. i logged out of the account and logged back in with my new account (no contacts) and went into options and imported this .reg file and nothing happens. No error message or complete successfuly message appears. no contacts in my partner list either....

Yes i did ask them and you cannot do this.
Terry Snider

I know this is a late response, but I figured out how to do this with the latest Teamviewer account using the website account management.

There is no way to Export the Computers and Contacts, but there is a way to 'share' them.
If you have more than one account that you want to 'merge', login to the 'secondary' account and add the 'primary account' as Contact.  You can then Share Groups of Computers with the Primary contact with either Read, Read Write, or Full Control.  ( I used Full Control )
The Primary account will get some emails requiring it to be accepted as a contact, and add the Shared Group.
Once those have all been accepted, then login in as the Primary account and you will see the Shared groups from the Secondary account.  

At this point you can then actually go into each of the shared groups and select them and Move them to a Primary account Group.

Hope this helps
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