Here's a quick video describing the best way of getting that list into myphoner, and a guide to give you some extra details.
Step 1: Prepare your data
Before you begin, take a look at your data. The first row in your spreadsheet must define the column names. Those will be mapped into the fields of your list in myphoner.
If your spreadsheet has a heading or notes on the first row(s), before the column names and the lead data, delete those row(s), so the column names are on the very first row in your spreadsheet.
If your spreadsheet does not define column names on the first row, but simply starts with lead data from the first lead in the list, you'll have to insert a row at position one, and give each column a name.
Step 2: Upload the list
Now all you have to do is find the import screen in myphoner. Go to Manage => Lists => Add a new list, hit "Import from file" and locate the file on your hard drive.
When hitting 'Next', you'll be asked if you want to use a template or simply import using the file column names as field names.
Using file column names is faster and easier, so we reccommend this for new users (everything can be changed later).
However, if you already have another list, or if you plan on setting up synchronisation to another system later on, we recommend using a template.
Use our default template to enable synchronisation with other systems. Read more in Configure Integrations.
Use another list as template to enable moving leads back and forth between your lists, for example as part of a pipeline design.
The myphoner import template selection view.
Upload into existing list
If you want to import a file of leads to an existing list, go to Manage => Lists and then choose Import from the context menu next to the list you want to import into.
During import, you'll be given the option to update existing leads. If you do this, be careful to choose the right field used to match up leads. If an existing lead matches a new lead its stemdata will be updated with data from the new lead. State including category, schedule, claims and activity log will not be changed.
Find the Import into list option in the list context menu.
Step 3: Preview and map
After selecting your template you'll be presented with a preview of your lead data. There's two important things to look out for here:
Make sure that all the columns you want imported have a green header. If the header is red, it means that the field has not been mapped and data for that column will not be imported. Please note that if you selected 'Use file column names' when selecting the template, you won't have to do this.
Preview and map your import data.
If you see an error message while importing a list, please refer to the troubleshooting section.
Step 4: Select user access
Now all that's left is selecting which of your users should have access to call leads in this list. Once done, you'll get to the list configuration screen where you'll get a chance to tweak your list further. But that's covered in the next part of this guide: Tweaking your list.