You can export an entire collection to a .csv file in a couple of clicks. To do so, open the collection options menu by clicking on the collection name while it's open and Choose "Export to CSV".
Pick which information you want to include in the csv file.
Keep rich text will keep HTML and Markdown formatting in the csv file. Please note that this may cause problems with the way the csv displays.
Include comments will include the item's comments in a separate column.
Include checklists will create a column containing any checklists on the item.
Wrap values in quotation marks will surround all information in all fields by quotation marks, e.g. "02.01.2018" instead of just 02.01.2018. This can be used as a last resort if your csv is not displaying properly due to punctuation marks like commas or semicolons being used as the delimiter and being included in the text.
Include archived items will export all archived items inside the collection as well.
Choose a delimiter from the drop down menu. You can choose from a comma, semicolon, colon, space or tabulator. We recommend using a comma, semicolon, or tabulator.
Knowing the delimiter used to export your file will help you to format it in your csv software (like Excel) later on. If you have a filter applied, you may choose to export only the items that match the filter.
Lastly, check the format of the csv export then choose either "Download file" or "Copy to Clipboard".
All fields will be rendered in the first line of the CSV file as column headers. Meta data such as "Created By" and "Created At" will also be included in the file. You can now export all files from your collection within a ZIP file. Click "Download with Files" to create the ZIP file.