Reply lets you export contacts into a .csv file. To do this:

  1.  Open the People page of the Reply interface.
  2.  Select the contacts you want to export.
  3. Expand the More drop-down menu. 
  4. Click Export to CSV.  

You can choose between exporting Basic Fields and All Fields:

  • Basic Fields: Email, FirstName, LastName, Title, Company, City, State, Country, TimeZoneId, AddingDate, Phone, LastTouch, ActiveSequence, Status, OptedOut, InboxCategory, LinkedIn
  • All Fields: Email, FirstName, LastName, Title, Company, City, State, Country, TimeZoneId, AddingDate, Phone, LastTouch, ActiveSequence, Status, OptedOut, InboxCategory, LinkedIn, Domain, Validation Status + Opens, Views, Sent, Replies, Bounces + CustomFields

Note
When you export contacts from a specific sequence, the system creates a .csv  file named after your sequence. In this case, statistics take into account only the metrics from this specific sequence and does not count the metrics from all sequences in which contact participated.

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