Export data out of Corsizio

As you gather event, attendee, registration, payment, and feedback data, you may need to analyze this data or use it outside of Corsizio for various reasons. Examples for using this data include: needing to print out class lists to take attendance, wishing to study the demographics of your audience, or importing the data into another software.

When you export attendee data, you are actually exporting attendee information, registration details, and any payment amounts and status all at the same time. You may use the exported CSV spreadsheet however you desire, and any rows or columns that you do not need can be removed after the export. 

Caution: Corsizio takes security and privacy very seriously, which you can learn about in the Sharing personal data help doc. When you export any data out of Corsizio, the responsibility for the security and privacy of that data now rests entirely with you, and you must treat that data with utmost diligent safekeeping. If you are not using any of the attendee personally identifiable data, then you can remove those columns from your CSV file before you share it with others.

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Exporting a registration for an individual attendee

To export the data for a particular single attendee, follow these steps:

  1. Select the attendee whose data you need to export, either by using the search bar or the Attendees list. This will open up their registration details panel.
  2. Select the Actions dropdown menu on the top-right side, and refer to the Exports section. This provides you with either a CSV or PDF export of attendee data.

Note: The CSV export offers a spreadsheet, which you can work with and incorporate into your existing business needs. The PDF export offers a clean list, featuring all of the information associated with that attendee, including their activity log and feedback. These lists are great for printing or filing purposes. 

Exporting attendee registrations for a specific event

To export all the attendee data for a particular single event, follow these steps:
  1. Go to the event whose data you need to export, either by using the search bar or the Events list. This will open up its event details page.
  2. Navigate to its Attendees list from the left-side menu. Open up the Actions dropdown menu on the top-right side, and in the Exports section select the export format that you desire. These include a CSV export of all attendee data and a PDF export of the attendee list with options to export only common attendee data, expanded attendee data, or a simple list of names to take attendance.

  3. If you selected the PDF option, you will be presented with a window that provides you with a few choices to select from, including a layout version of the PDF.

Note: The CSV export offers a spreadsheet that contains all registration information, including any custom fields you are collecting, which you can work with and incorporate into your existing business needs. The PDF export has options that produce a common PDF export as a clean list, an expanded PDF export that also includes any custom fields you are collecting or a simple PDF export that only includes a list of names and is best used as an attendance list.

Exporting attendee registrations for all events

You can export the most recent records of attendee registrations across all events in your account with the option to filter the list of attendees before exporting. To do so, follow these steps:
  1. Go to Attendees from the primary navigation menu.
  2. Leave the list as-is or filter the list of attendees as you may need from the left-side filter area. Any filters that you have applied to the list will be reflected in the export and reduce the number of records accordingly. You can even switch to the calendar view on the page, which will apply a full month filter to export records for that month only.
  3. Select the Actions dropdown menu in the top-right area, and refer to the Exports section, which provides you with a CSV export of recent attendee registrations. It will export up to 1000 records matching any filters you have set on that page.
  4. If you would like to get more than 1000 entries, open the first exported batch, look at the very last row to make a note of the "Registered" date column, then filter the list in the application from that date down, which should give you another batch of up to 1000 records when you export. You can continue this cycle as needed. The best practice is to do an export once a month and delete any rows you do not need so that you do not have excessively large export needs.

Note: This CSV export will only provide global custom fields that are common across all events. If you need all the custom field data for a specific event, then use the event-specific export of data that is described in the section above.

Exporting attendee registrations for multiple events

You can export the most recent records of attendee registrations for a filtered group of events in your account. For example, get an export of all registrations that only belong to a specific category or location. To do so, follow these steps:
  1. Go to Events from the primary navigation menu.
  2. Filter the list of events based on your needs from the left-side filter area. Any filters that you have applied to the list will reduce the number of events for which to export attendee registrations. You can even switch to the calendar view on the page, which will apply a full month filter to export records for that month only.
  3. Select the Actions dropdown menu in the top-right area, and refer to the Exports section, which provides you with a CSV option to "Export the attendee registrations of events". It will export up to 1000 records matching any filters you have set on that page.

Exporting feedback submissions for a specific event

To export all the feedback submissions for a particular single event, follow these steps:

  1. Select the event whose feedback data you need to export, either by using the search bar or the Events list. This will open up its event details page.
  2. Navigate to the Feedback area from the left-side menu on the event details page, and then use the Actions dropdown menu in the top-right area, which will provide you with the options of a CSV and a PDF export of all feedback data.

Note: The CSV export offers a spreadsheet of the feedback that can be incorporated into your business needs. The PDF export offers a clean list that is best for printing purposes.

Exporting feedback submissions for the entire account

You can export the most recent records of feedback submissions across all events in your account. To do so, follow these steps:
  1. Go to Feedback from the primary navigation menu.
  2. Leave the list as-is or filter the list of feedback as you may need from the left-side filter area. Any filters that you have applied to the list will be reflected in the export and reduce the number of records accordingly. You can even switch to the calendar view on the page, which will apply a full month filter to export records for that month only.
  3. Select the Actions dropdown menu in the top-right area, and refer to the Exports section, which provides you with the option to "Export the data of recent or filtered feedback." It will export up to 1000 records matching any filters you have set on that page.

  4. If you would like to get more than 1000 entries, open the first exported batch, look at the very last row to make a note of the "Feedback Date" column, then filter the list in the application from that date down, which should give you another batch of up to 1000 records when you export. You can continue this cycle as needed. The best practice is to do an export once a month and delete any rows you do not need so that you do not have excessively large export needs.

Exporting event configuration data

You can export the event list to a CSV file with its configuration data, which consists of the event names, locations, dates, categories, instructors, and some other configured values on the events. This does not include the attendee registrations, as that is a separate area of export, as covered above. To do so, follow these steps:

  1. Go to Events from the primary navigation menu.
  2. Leave the list as-is or filter the list of events as you may need from the left-side filter area. Any filters that you have applied to the list will be reflected in the export and reduce the number of records accordingly. You can even switch to the calendar view on the page, which will apply a full month filter to export records for that month only.
  3. Select the Actions dropdown menu in the top-right area, and refer to the Exports section, which provides you with a CSV option to "Export the configurations of all or filtered events". It will export up to 1000 records matching any filters you have set on that page.

  4. If you would like to get more than 1000 entries, open the first exported batch, look at the very last row to make a note of the "created date" column, then filter the list in the application from that date down, which should give you another batch of up to 1000 records when you export. You can continue this cycle as needed. The best practice is to do an export once a month and delete any rows you do not need so that you do not have excessively large export needs.

Advanced access to account data

You can also programmatically get access to your account data within Corsizio. You or your developer should refer to the Developer API documentation for more details. Please note that this option is for advanced or tech-savvy users only, and requires programming skills.

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