Adding data for a new field, or updating the data for a single field for an entire list can be cumbersome, but recent changes allow you to do so with three easy steps:

  1. Export your list
  2. Update the column(s) in question, and delete all columns but the one you want to update and the "myphoner_uuid"-column.
  3. Import the file into the list in Myphoner - the import routine will match leads by the UUID and update the field values from the columns you left in the file.

1. Export your list

Go to Manage -> Lists and from the context menu of the list in question, choose "Export/Move".

You'll be taken to the migration screen. All you need to do here is hit the red "Run now"-button in the bottom of the screen. A download link will appear at the right-hand side for you to download the list as a spreadsheet file.

2. Update the data

Open the downloaded spreadsheet, and edit the data in the columns you wish to update. Delete the columns you don't want to update, but keep the "myphoner_uuid"-column as Myphoner uses it to determine what leads to update when we import the file again in a minute.

Note: you probably want to keep one or more columns so that you can identify the records and insert the correct data in the fields that you are updating. That's no problem. You can keep any columns you like, and during import, you'll get a chance to select whether to import each of the columns left in the file or not.

3. Import the data back into Myphoner

Now you have all the updated data in the spreadsheet file, and it's time to get it updated in Myphoner. Go to Manage -> Lists and from the context menu of the list in question, choose "Import into".

Select your file and click on next on the file selection screen.

Now you'll get to the data mapping screen, and you'll see that Myphoner has detected the UUID field and locked to updating existing leads based on the UUID.

Check that the preview looks sane, and select "Do not import" for any columns that you do not wish to update in Myphoner. Then hit "Next" and et voila, you're done.

When the import finishes, you'll receive an email with the status of the import.

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