Exporting points is the only way how to transfer them from Locus Map to another mobile or desktop application for further processing. Locus Map stores points in its own SQLite database format and it is necessary to export them into one of common formats, see bellow. There are several ways how to launch point export:
Allows overwriting already exported data files (points or tracks).
When exporting multiple geocaches to a GPX file all of them are checked if they contain complete information (listing etc.). If they contain just basic info about coords, terrain, difficulty, they are automatically updated - export of geocaches takes a bit more time than in case of ordinary points.
If you want to avoid this updating, set your Geocaching4Locus addon so that it downloads all information about caches directly (Settings > Download > uncheck “Basic info only”)