Exporting and importing dynamic content (Professional and Enterprise)

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  • Jack Elver-Fiddimore

    Is it possible to import/export macros? I ask this because many macros include commas, but when I try to import/export CSVs Excel reads these commas as separators instead of part of the text. 

  • Jessie - Community Manager

    Hey Jack!

    One of our Moderators has answered this question over here: Can you export macros into a csv or word doc?

  • Brad Marshall

    Can you batch import without the DC existing already? I just created 30+ DC in my sandbox, and now I want to create them in my production.

  • Jenni Kovachevich

    Hi Brad!

    I'm going to reach out to you in a ticket to be able to discuss your situation a little more in depth, just so we can confirm the best options for you! 

  • Brendan Farrar-Foley

    @Jenni could you share this with all of us please?  I have the same question.

  • Jenni Kovachevich

    Hi Brendan,

    Yes! If you are looking to batch import Dynamic Content, you can do so even without having existing Dynamic Content.

  • Evelia Casales


    Does anybody knows how long does the process could take?

  • Nicole - Community Manager

    Hi Evelia, 

    It depends how much content you're working with. 

  • Claire Santos

    Hi There,

    I've tried downloading and exporting on a Mac + Windows pc and everytime our english version does not have characters.. e.g - they still appear as:

    We would love to assist you as quickly as possible, so here are a few helpful links that may have the information you’re after.
    FAQ – 

    How can I get the export to have the correct character please?



  • Molly VS

    Hi Claire!

    Special characters should definitely render. It may be an issue with the application you're using to view the file. I'm going to open a ticket so we can get some more details on what you're seeing.

    Stay tuned!

  • Cherla Cheung

    Hi Molly,

    I am also trying to export the dynamic content to csv. They are in English (US) and Traditional Chinese (ZH-TW).

    If I open the csv with TextEdit, the Traditional Chinese characters are fine. But if I open the csv with Excel, they are not rendered correctly.

    I wish to be able to edit with Excel, could you please help out to see if it would be possible? Thank you!

  • Jessie - Community Manager

    Hi Cherla! Welcome to the Community!

    In my experience, special characters don't render because of some settings in Excel. I don't know exactly what needs to be changed (I'm sure you can find details via Google), but I know that Excel has language settings which is probably a good jumping off point.


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