Import & Export
How to export and import form settings, contact entries and form elements on your WordPress site.
There are 2 ways to export Forms
Note: exports will not contain any media files such as images or CSV files. When importing a form on a different website you will have to make sure all the files (images, CSV etc.) are available on this server and reconnected with any of your elements that require them.
This method allows you to export a single form.
This is probably one of the most used and easiest ways to import your forms cross-site. This method comes in handy if you just need to export and import a couple of forms and not all of them.
In order to do this you have to go to the form builder page of the form you wish to export and import. You can do this by navigating to
Your Formsand clicking on the form.
Form SettingsTAB, and select
Export & Importfrom the dropdown menu.
Export(this should save the export file to your computer)
The exported file will hold both the form elements and the form settings.
To import a form, you will first need to export an existing form. Create a new form and navigate to Form Settings > Export & Import. Browse the media library for files. If you haven't uploaded your export file yet, you can do so right now. Select the file and click "Add file". As show in the picture below:
Browse the export file:
Importing a form
Select or upload the export file:
Select the form export file
Import the form:
Select to import both settings and elements
This method allows you to export all forms at once.
To export your forms navigate to
Export & Import. Scroll down to the Export Forms section. Click the
Export Formsbutton to start downloading the file which will contain all forms.
After the file has been downloaded successfully you can import the file on your new site by clicking the
Select Import filebutton. Now search the import file on your computer and upload it.
The import will now run. Give it a couple of minutes (depending on the amount of forms) to process. After the import finished your forms should have been imported and available for usage.
If you have 2 WordPress websites and you wish to import the same settings you have for website 1 to website 2 you can simply do this by going to
Settingson website 1.
On this page navigate to the
Export & ImportTAB.
Here you will see a code named "Export Settings".
Now simply copy (CTRL+C ) this code and navigate to the same location on website 2 and paste (CTRL+V ) it in the "Import Settings" section.
Click on the
Import Settingsbutton to override the current settings with the one you just pasted.
Super Forms will now save the settings and you will now have the same global settings that you have on website 1.
To export just the form settings, you can go to (on the form builder page)
Export & Import
A new section should appear where you can simply click
A file will be downloaded (this is your export file).
If you'd like to import these settings into another form you can do this by going to the same location on that other form and upload the file.
Now you can choose to import both the
Elements, in our case we will only want to select
This way your form elements will not be replaced with those from the exported form.
There are multiple ways to export Contact Entries
This method will download all of your Contact Entries as an XML file.
This is the standard way WordPress would export Post types. Since Contact Entries are a custom post type you can do this by going to
Export. By default WordPress has not installed this tool, so you will have to install it first. After installing the Export tool you can choose post types from a list.
Since we are going to export Contact Entries we can choose Contact Entries from the list and click on the
Download Export Filebutton. This will download all of Super Forms Contact Entries in an XML format. This XML file can now be used to import it into any other WordPress website. Of course you can also use the XML file for other purposes.
This method allows you to export your Contact Entries as a CSV file based on a selected date range.
Export & Import. Scroll down to the Export Contact Entries section. Optionally choose your date range (or leave blank to export all contact entries). Optionally change the Delimiter and Enclosure characters. Click on the
Export Contact Entries to CSVbutton to download the CSV file.
This CSV file can be used to import Contact Entries on your other WordPress website. To do this navigate to
Export & Import. Scroll down to the Import Contact Entries section. Click the
Select CSV filebutton and choose the .csv file.
After you have selected the file, you will have to map all the columns accordingly so Super Forms knows what type of field it should be saved as, it's label and the unique field name. After mapping all the columns you can optionally choose to skip the first row of the CSV file. This comes in handy whenever your CSV file has heading columns that do not require to be imported. (which is the case when you exported the CSV via
Export Contact Entries to CSV).
Of course you can also use the CSV export file to do anything else, for instance import it into your MailChimp lists or any other program's that support CSV importing.
This method allows you to export specific selected Contact Entries to a CSV file.
In case you need only a couple Contact Entries to be exported to a CSV file you are able to this by going to
Contact Entries. Select the entries that you wish to export, for instance the first 6 Contact Entries.
At the action bar click on the
Export to CSVbutton. This will open up a popup where you can choose only the fields you wish to export to the CSV file. Each field will become it's own column in the CSV file. After selecting the fields you require in your CSV file click on the
Exportbutton. Your CSV file will now be downloaded.