The first thing you need in order to upload a file to FindThatLead, is to have it formatted as a CSV.

CSV stands for Comma Separated Values where the data lives in a simple text file that is split up by commas.

But how can you create one in an easy way?

Creating a CSV file

For this example, we'll be using Google Sheets.



This is how an empty sheet looks like

The only thing you need to do is fill up the document.

Before we start, it's important to know that for every tool inside FindThatLead, there are different requirements.

Uploading to Search

To get emails from a list of websites

You will need at least 3 columns: first name, last name, company name or website.

This is how it should look:



And this is what you can expect once it's processed:



To get emails from a list of names

You will need at least 1 column: domain.

This is how it should look:



And this is what you can expect once it's processed:



Uploading to Verify

To verify a list of emails

You will need at least 1 column: email.
This is how it should look:



And this is what you can expect once it's processed:



Uploading to Social

To get emails from a list of social urls, such as Twitter or LinkedIn

You will need at least 1 column: urls.

This is how it should look:



And this is what you can expect once it's processed:



Uploading to Blacklist

To upload a list of emails that you want to blacklist

You will need at least 1 column: email or domain.

This is how it should look:



Note: The maximum number of rows allowed for every CSV file is 9999.

Saving and uploading my CSV

Inside your Sheet, go to File, Download, and select Comma-separated values (.csv, current sheet):



Then go to FindThatLead's Dashboard, select the tool that you want to upload your CSV file to, and drop the file in Last uploads.



Once it's finished, this is what you will see:



Congratulations! You now know how to create and upload a CSV file to FindThatLead.

Now, how can you understand the Confidence status of the results obtained?

Check our article on what the confidence result means.
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