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alena2k Regular Visitor
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Re: CSV import is splitting JSON data into their own columns

import of .csv accepts different delimeters, but comma is a default. You can change delimeter to be somethign what's not in the file or nothing (as text). I would not expect .csv export to work in any other way. 

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tgalla010 Frequent Visitor
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Re: CSV import is splitting JSON data into their own columns

I wanted to close this but ended up working around the issue using conditional columns and "contains" function to pull the data out of the field. Thank you.

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Re: CSV import is splitting JSON data into their own columns

Hi @tgalla010 ,

 

Glad to hear that you have resolved your problem. Thank you for sharing this wonderful solution, would you please kindly mark your sharing solution as an answer so that it can benefit more users?


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