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Google Cloud Storage: CSV Export

This job allows you to export Lytics audiences and user fields to a CSV file stored in a Google Cloud Storage (GCS) bucket.

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The fields exported to the CSV file will depend on the Fields to Export option in the job configuration. Any user field in your Lytics account is available for export.


Follow these steps to set up and configure an export of a Lytics Audience to GCS. If you are new to creating jobs in Lytics, see the Jobs Dashboard documentation for more information.

  1. Select Google Cloud from the list of providers.
  2. Select the Export Audiences (Google Cloud) job type from the list.
  3. Select the Authorization you would like to use or create a new one.
  4. Enter a Label to identify this job you are creating in Lytics.
  5. (Optional) Enter a Description for further context on your job.
  6. From the Audience Name drop-down, select the Lytics audience that contains the users to export.
  7. In the Project text field, enter the Google Cloud Platform Project ID that contains the GCS bucket where you would like to save the CSV file.
  8. In the Bucket text field, enter the GCS bucket name where you would like to save the CSV file.
  9. Using the Compress drop-down, select the compression type for the file to be exported.
  10. Select the Include Headers checkbox to include the field names as the first row of the exported file.
  11. Select the Append Audience Name checkbox to add a field with the Lytics audience name.
  12. Select the Append Audience Slug checkbox to add a field with the Lytics audience slug.
  13. Select the Additional Audiences checkbox to add a column containing all the Lytics audiences a user is a member of. Selecting this option may affect the performance of this work.
  14. Using the Fields to Export list, select the list of user fields to export.
  15. In the User Limit numeric field, enter the maximum number of users to export. Leave it blank to export all users.
  16. In the Custom Delimiter text field, enter the custom delimiter for your file. The default delimiter is a comma.
  17. Using the Custom Join drop-down, select a custom join character for fields that have multiple values. Default is to join multi-value fields with &, for example, [email protected]&[email protected].
  18. Select the Continuous Export checkbox to export the file once a day.
  19. From the File Export Frequency drop-down, choose how often a continuous export should export a new file.
  20. Using the Time of Day drop-down, select the time of day to start export each day.
  21. Using the Timezone drop-down, select the timezone for time of day.
  22. Using the Timestamp format drop-down, select the format for the timestamp that will be added at the end of the filename.
  23. Click Start Export. gcs-sftp-export