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    Brendan Foley

    Hi Lucia,  we do Zendesk services for a large number of Zendesk clients.  Many clients do not have "Reports" under the manage section even though they are on Professional or Enterprise plans.  Can you advise how to do this under these circumstances?  Thanks!

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    Jessie - Community Manager

    Hey Brendan!

    Just a quick point of clarification here: do mean that your users aren't seeing the Reporting option when they go to their admin settings? It should look like this:

    I just want to make sure that we're talking about the same thing!

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    Ryan Lyster

    Hi Jesse, 

    I am having the same problem. I am on professional and I do not see the 'Reports' option under 'Manage' like your screenshot above. Any advice?

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    Brendan Farrar-Foley

    @ryan I emailed support@zendesk.com and they were able to enable the option for me.  It is not turned on by default, though there's no documentation on that or any reason it isn't.  



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    Jennifer Rowe

    Hi Brendan,

    Thanks for helping out! I added a note to option #1 to say that the option must be enabled by Zendesk for your account. We have that note in our product docs, but it was missing from this article. 


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    Phill Ramey

    Hi All,

    I wanted to share some work that our team has done that is related to exporting tickets.

    We recently created a free Zendesk Support app to easily capture ticket data in Google Sheets. It automatically creates rows for new tickets and keeps them in sync when there are updates made to the ticket.

    It'd be great to get feedback if this is helpful and what would make it more useful. You can install it here: https://www.zendesk.com/apps/support/google-sheets-by-azuqua/



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    Cristina Corui (Edited )

    Hi everyone,

    I see there is an option to export a .csv file for recent tickets. Does this work if we want to export tickets from a specific organization? Currently we are on the Team plan.

    Thank you,


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    Nicole - Community Manager

    Thanks for sharing your solution, @Phil! 

    @Cristina - unfortunately there's no way to export by organization. Your best bet is to sort by org following the export. 

    Also, I see that this is your first post - Welcome to the Zendesk Community! I encourage you to head over to the Welcome Thread in The Lounge to introduce yourself.

    We look forward to seeing you around the Community. Happy Zendesking!

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    Nicole - Community Manager

    @Cristina - 

    One of my colleagues mentioned to me that you could potentially use the Advanced Search App instead of a view, and would then be able to export the results from that. This would allow you to search for tickets by organization and then export from there. I'd suggest giving that a try - seems like it could work out great for you. 

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    Cristina Corui

    Hi Nicole!

    Thank you so much for this solution. I've tried it and works perfectly for us.

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    Nicole - Community Manager

    Hey Cristina! You're welcome. So glad to hear that solved it for you!

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    Nicole Tinti


    Lucia's original question was regarding "all the ticket details" including comments. 

    Seems the option to export comments, however, is not yet available? 



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    Nicole - Community Manager

    Hey Nicole - 

    Lucia is the author of the tip - she's a support agent from Zendesk. I know this formatting is confusing; I've talked to the team about the design. 

    You can export ticket comments via the API or via that export tool if you're on Professional or Enterprise. 

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    Darren Taylor

    Is there anyway to select a date range for the CSV export? I can see that option is available for JSON

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    Mayda Saldana


    Onna integrates with Zendesk and lets users collect and export the following:

    • Tickets
    • Attachments included in tickets
    • Labels for attachments and pages
    • Ancestors for the page/attachments

    Historical information and related metadata, including:

    • Ticket ID (#) 
    • Ticket Name 
    • Ticket Type 
    • Organization 
    • Ticket Status 
    • Zendesk Assignee 
    • Zendesk Requester 
    • Group
    • Ticket Priority 
    • List of tags 

    Exports can be in csv, txt, or dat files.

    Here's a guide with more details: https://intercom.help/onna/integrations/web-integrations/how-to-collect-from-zendesk

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    Diogo Maciel

    Hi Darren!


    The CSV can be filtered externally, eg via Excel. We don't offer the filter for the CSV format. You may also export in JSON and convert it to csv, through one of the tools available online, like the one below



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    Darren Taylor

    Thanks for your suggestion Diogo.

    Unfortunately that site only allows a max 1mb file unless we upgrade to a pro version. I tried a days worth of tickets and it exceeds the 1mb limit. 

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    HDM Contact

    Hey All,

    The easiest way to import to Zendesk is to use Help Desk Migration service.

    You can easily manage:

    • Tickets,
    • Comments,
    • Contacts,
    • Groups,
    • Companies,
    • Agents,
    • Attachments,
    • etc.

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