Click to upload your .csv file with your leads. As a best practice, make sure that the leads in the list you’re uploading are all verified.
Instantly will automatically detect the columns of your file and attribute a variable for each.
Double-check everything and you can use the drop-down menu to attribute the right variable for each one of your values.
Be sure that "Email" field in CSV has data as it is mandatory information for the smooth import. Please put this field as first column on your file.
Check if all the columns have names and names start with capital letter as it is important for system to pick up the mapping properly.
Values in the same field shouldn't contain any decimal separation like comma "," for example. If you would like to unite two values in the same field - please use underscore "_" between words for this matter.
It's better if the file won't have any extra empty columns.
Make sure you have no more than 20 custom variables selected
The email column must not be empty
If there are some column names that are longer than 20 characters, try to shorten them. E.g. a column heading name is:- Instagram_Average_Comments which is 26 characters - You can change it to Instagram_Comments which is 18 characters etc.
There must be no grouped rows as they can cause an issue (see below for better understanding):
Instead split them:
If one of the values is Boolean it throws an error since Google is returning it as boolean (true/false) instead of a text. For example:
Please remove it and try to import again.