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    Hi, I’m working on a website for a client and I have the form
    builder tool which I created the form I want to use for the directory but
    I want to do a CSV import with those options imported as well. I noticed
    that your CSV import had very specific headings. Can I upload a CSV
    document using my own table headings? If so what’s the format?



    The format is exactly the same as outlined in our csv documentation with one difference


    Remember, each form field in the form builder has a “Field Name”. That’s what the column headings need to be for the first row. If the form field does not have a field name option, then its auto generated and you can refer to the documentation for its name.

    Note, you want to make life easy for yourself. Remember that the csv file is delimited, so you don’t want to use field names that will conflict. A very simple example would be a coma delimited file, with a coma in the field name.

    The “item_name” field must be present. Your form won’t work without it and neither will the import process. Chances are, you are also using other fields outlined in the csv documentation above.
    BePro Software Team

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