Data file formats
  • Updated on 02 Jul 2020
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Mozenda supports different data formats:

CSV

CSV is an acronym for Comma Separated Values, meaning it is a plain text format in which values are separated by commas. It is a widely-supported data format used for tabular data and supported by all major spreadsheets, such as Microsoft Excel and Google Sheets.

Mozenda lets you import data in CSV format into a collection and publish and export data in CSV format from the Web Console.

TSV

TSV is an acronym for Tab Separated Values, meaning it is a plain text format in which values are separated by tabs. TSV is a widely-supported data format for tabular data, for example a spreadsheet data or database table. It is often used when moving data between spreadsheets.

Mozenda can publish and export collection data in TSV format.

XML

XML is an acronym for eXtensible Markup Language, meaning it is a markup language like HTML. It presents structured information in a text-based format (with tags and attributes) that is human and machine-readable. XML is designed to store and transfer data.

Mozenda lets you publish and export collection data in XML format. The Mozenda REST API also returns information in XML format by default.

JSON

JSON is an acronym for JavaScript Object Notation, meaning it is a syntax of structured data designed to store or transfer data. It is widely used for transmitting data in web applications.

Mozenda lets you publish or export data from the Web Console in JSON format. The Mozenda REST API also returns information in JSON format by default.

XLSX

.xlsx file format is a Microsoft Excel Open XML Format Spreadsheet file. It is a format created by Microsoft for Excel and other spreadsheet grid-editing applications.

Mozenda lets you publish and export collection data in XLSX format.

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