Using your feedback board as a moderator
Bulk importing suggestions
Occasionally we get asked to bulk import suggestions. This might be because:
- You want customers or your team to have content they can vote on or comment on
- You want to add suggestions that come from elsewhere and you have quite a lot
- You are moving to us from another provider and don’t want to start from scratch
How to bulk import
At the moment, we don’t get asked to do this very often so we haven’t automated the procedure.
Simply send your file or URL to email@example.com and we’ll take care of it from there.
We can do a bulk import for you from a CSV file, an Excel spreadsheet, or a Google Sheets doc.
Please see the next section for formatting details.
Import file format
The only required column is “Title”.
|Date created||Optional||Ideally in dd/mm/yyyy format. For example, 1st October, 2018 should be 1/10/2018. We can handle other date formats on request.|
|Votes||Optional||This is the number of votes you would like the suggestion to initially have.|
|Tags||Optional||If you have multiple tags for the suggestion, separate them with commas. For example, "Dashboard, High Priority"|
|Status||Optional||If this doesn't match one of our standard statuses ("Under consideration", "Planned", "Not planned", "Done"), a custom status will be created. If this column is missing, we'll use "Under consideration".|
Comment can also be imported, after the suggestions have already been imported.
Please send us a CSV file, an Excel spreadsheet, or a Google Sheets doc, with two columns, Title and Comment.
|Title||Required||This must match exactly the title of the suggestion to which this comment belongs|
|Comment||Required||This is the text of the comment.|
Multiple comments per suggestion
If a suggestion has multiple comments, put each comment on a separate row. The suggestion title needs to be duplicated on each row.
Here’s an example CSV snippet illustration this:
Title, Comment PDF export, This is comment #1 PDF export, This is comment #2 Custom background image, This is comment #3
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