Codes Import

In this section:

  1. Import standalone codes
  2. Import unique codes

What if you want to share codes that come from other sources than Voucherify? To handle this scenario, we’ve placed the Import Tool in the Dashboard. It enables you to import both standalone codes and unique codes grouped as a campaign.

Learn the difference between standalone vouchers and campaigns.

Import standalone codes

The Import Tool lets you load vouchers/gift cards with their properties such as:

  • Code (required)
  • Voucher type (required)
  • Value (required)
  • Discount type (required for discount vouchers)
  • Category
  • Start date*
  • Expiration date*
  • Redemption limit
  • Active (if vouchers are active, put "TRUE" into cells, if not put "FALSE")
  • Additional Info
  • Is referral code
  • Referrer Id
  • Metadata

💡 A Friendly Reminder

The start and expiration date should be provided in compliance with the  ISO 8601 norms. For example, 2020-03-11T09:00:00.000Z.

1. Firstly, put your vouchers data into a CSV file. In the example below, you can see how the CSV structure should look like to be accepted by Voucherify:

CSV Voucher format

2. Run the Import tool by choosing Import CSV file:

Import vouchers via CSV file

3. Choose to import a standalone voucher and upload a CSV file from your device:

Import vouchers - upload window

4. Confirm with IMPORT and the Manager will lead you to the mapping:

Map attributes

The mapping tells Voucherify what kind of vouchers properties are assigned to particular columns in your CSV.

Look at the example below; there are 7 columns with voucher’s attributes. You need to match each of them to a required property in the Manager:

Mapping voucher attributes

Firstly, choose a column from your CSV file (e.g., TYPE) and select property from the list which matches its attribute (e.g., VOUCHER –Voucher Type). In the next step, confirm your choice with ADD MAPPING button.

Mapping attributes

Mapping attributes 2

When the mapping is ready, choose IMPORT and wait for confirmation. The app notifies you straightaway, once vouchers are in place.

Import unique codes

A Friendly Reminder 💡

If you are adding vouchers to the existing campaign, CSV should contain columns with code and status only (if active put “TRUE” into a cell) the rest of the voucher’s attributes are assigned accordingly to the campaign properties.

Let's import some codes to the re-engagement campaign with 10% off coupons.

Importing vouchers to campaign

CSV file should contain two columns with voucher code and status (active – "TRUE").

CSV file example

Choose to import vouchers to the campaign and upload your CSV file.

Importing vouchers to campaign

Match CSV columns to Voucherify attributes from the list (CODE – Code, ACTIVE – Active).

Mapping active codes

If any of the imported vouchers should not be active put "FALSE" into a particular cell.

Disabling vouchers
When the mapping is ready, confirm with the IMPORT button. Voucherify notifies you when vouchers will be imported.

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