After importing your data into Affinity, you will receive an email stating that your import has been completed! However, you may find that sometimes there are some rows or cells that may have been skipped due to numerous reasons such as improper data formatting, typos, and more.
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To view your data import history and identify any skipped rows/cells:
- Click Settings on the left-side of your screen.
- Then, click the Manage Imports tab to view all your data imports.
- You can download CSV files of rows skipped or errors for each import by clicking on View Skipped or View Errors where relevant.
- Rows Skipped provides you with a CSV file showing the rows that were skipped and the reasons why.
Errors provide you with a CSV file showing the specific cells that were skipped and the reasons why.
From there, you can make direct changes within the CSV files you just downloaded, then use it to conduct another quick import.
- If you want to undo your import, do not delete your list - instead, follow the steps in this article: How to undo imports in Affinity.