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  • I remember when I used FormSave and any exports placed each form field into it's own column in a CSV spreadsheet. Formit seems to just use JSON strings (I think), and it is REALLY annoying. Is there a way to fix this? Maybe a script or something in Excel/LibreOffice or a modification of the extra? It's really driving my client's marketer nuts, and FormSave is no longer stable.

    This question has been answered by lkfranklin. See the first response.

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      Google docs or excel should let you open or import the csv and set the separator value to format it in a readable format. Google docs detects automatically I believe, not so sure about excel been a while since I used that.
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      • Quote from: lkfranklin at Jan 16, 2019, 12:23 PM
        Google docs or excel should let you open or import the csv and set the separator value to format it in a readable format. Google docs detects automatically I believe, not so sure about excel been a while since I used that.

        Thank you! It was just some settings in LibreOffice. You rock!
        • I am not sure this question is solved already or not, but let me paste what I have done for reference. First, your JSON has nested objects prepaidgiftbalance