Publish data to Dropbox
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You can publish data harvested by your agent(s) by linking your Mozenda account to your Dropbox account.

Link your Mozenda account to your Dropbox account

In the Web Console

  1. Select .
  2. Select Account Settings > Select the Dropbox link.

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  1. Sign in to your Dropbox account.

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  1. Click Allow.

Configure an agent to publish to Dropbox

In the Web Console

  1. Open an agent or collection
  2. Open Agent-List .
  3. Select Publishing.

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  1. Select Dropbox.
  2. Choose an option under What to include in the file.
  3. Choose an option under View.
  4. Choose the File format you want to publish to Dropbox.
    • Your choices are CSV, TSV, XML, XLSX, or JSON.
  5. Choose when you want the data to be published.
    • You can publish the data (a) after every time the agent runs, (b) on an independent schedule, or (c) manually.
  6. (Optional) Enter the destination folder within Dropbox where you would like to save the file.
  7. Select TEST DROPBOX SETTINGS to test the connection.
    • If the destination file you specified does not already exist in your Dropbox account, it will be created when you test these settings.
  8. Select SAVE & PUBLISH NOW to publish the data immediately.
    Or,
    Select SAVE to publish later.

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FileName

Mozenda publishes files to Dropbox using the following naming convention: [agent name]–[view]–[Date: yyyy-MM-dd] unless otherwise specified in the File format settings.

Overwriting your file

If the same agent gets published to Dropbox multiple times on the same day, it overwrites each time, resulting in only one file for that day on Dropbox. You can access each individually published file via the file history, where each version of the file from the same date is published separately.

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