Export Your Webinar Data
In Livestorm, you can export your webinar and attendees data as CSV, XLSX and ODS.
IN THIS ARTICLE:
- Exporting your webinars
- Exporting your registrant data
- Exporting displayed columns
- Exporting one session of a recurring event
- Exporting the chat and questions
- Exporting polls
Exporting Your Webinar Data
You can export all your webinars to have a global data sheet of your activity on Livestorm. To do so, just go on your main dashboard and click on the export button.
Exporting Your Registrant Data
You can also export all your data from a single webinar. You can choose between exporting data belonging to a specific session or all sessions. You can export all columns, or only selected columns. In addition, you can choose to include enriched data or not in your exports. So it's really up to you to customize your exports! You have complete control 💪
With active columns, you can display specific data belonging to your event. Choose which data you'd like to display with the dropdown menu. You can then choose to export only the active (selected) columns thus get only the data that you need 👍
Recurring Events - Exporting Displayed Session
In the export menu, you'll see that you can also export a unique session. In order to export data of a specific session, you'll have to filter your recurring event. You can do that by clicking on the filter with a session button. You'll get a popup window where you'll be able to select the session you'd like.
When you click Request export, you'll be able to choose to export the data belonging to the displayed session only:
Exporting the Chat & Questions
Just like exporting your registrant data, you'll now be able to export the chat messages and questions in the webinar room. You can do this on your People dashboard by using the Export button. You can export this data for all your webinar sessions or just the displayed session. It's really up to you!
You can export the poll answers from your People menu. In order to achieve this all you have to do is, click Export registrants, and then choose All columns. You'll be able to see the poll answers in the export you receive by email.
Import your CSV file to Excel or Google Sheets
You can already export your data as XLSX, but we'll just leave this this tutorial from Microsoft here if you'd like to import the CSV to Excel anyway. Using Google Sheets? Follow this tutorial instead.