A Comma Separated Value (CSV) file is a plain text file that consists only of rows and columns and holds no formatting, formulas or macros. CSV files use delimiters, such as commas, semicolons, and other characters, to separate data.

This file format is commonly found in almost all applications that store big amounts of data (customer information, contacts, etc.), and is used to exchange data between different programs.

CSV files are best viewed via spreadsheet tools, such as MS Excel and Google Sheets, or Notepad.

In Whatagraph, CSV files can be used to add data from offline sources or integrations that are not yet supported by our API. To learn more about creating custom CSV reports, click here.

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