Last updated: April 6, 2018
    • 00:01
    • Import

      To get started with a CSV import, we click the "more" option that's above the users table, then click "Import".

    • 00:02
    • Import options

      There are three ways we can import users: CSV, MailChimp import, or a Mixpanel import. We select the CSV option.

    • 00:07
    • Upload CSV file

      We can select whether we want to import users or leads, then we upload our CSV file

    • 00:16
    • Select columns

      Note: most of the data on this page was remove by me to avoid leaking people's emails.

      For this step, we select what we want to do with each column for the CSV file.

    • 00:22
    • Select data type

      When we assign a column to a user value, we're asked to select what type of data the column contains before continuing

    • 01:14
    • Tag users

      Once the mapping is done, we tag the imported users so we can see where they came from.

    • 01:22
    • Preparing your import...

      We now wait while the import is in progresss

    • 01:32
    • Import complete

      The import is now completed. We're given a summary of the results

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