How many emails can I export with the Premium Plan?

With the Premium Plan for Export Emails to Excel, CSV, or Google Sheets, you can parse, export, and save an unlimited number of email messages.

Can I automate the export of my emails so that new emails will automatically be added to my spreadsheet?

Yes, if you do not disable option Enable continuous saving of email messages under the section, the export process will is continuously update spredsheets. That means that when emails come in or go out of your Gmail, the spreadsheets will be updated automatically.

Can Export Emails to Google Sheets parse attachments (like PDFs)?

Yes. Export Emails to Excel, CSV, or Google Sheets will parse and extract data for the following attachment types:

  1. MS Excel
  2. MS Word
  3. TXT and HTML
  4. PDF
  5. CSV

Can I modify the Google spreadsheet created by the export?

There are certain acceptable ways to modify the spreadsheets created with Export Emails to Google Sheets without affecting the existing content. However, there are certain modifications you should not perform. These include:

  1. Removing message_id column (if it exists)
  2. Re-ordering columns
  3. Deleting or inserting columns in the middle of the spreadsheet
  4. Modifying sheets which are locked or hidden

Operations you can perform include:

  1. Adding rows
  2. Adding columns after (but not in between) the pre-existing columns
  3. Modifying cells
  4. Deleting rows

The above is valid for all wizards and spreadsheets.

Can I process spreadsheet cells (like subjects, text, etc.) in Google Sheet?

Yes, you can. For some examples of how to do this, please see the following support note.

Can the export process skip certain email messages?

If an email does not match any of the parsing rules for a given spreadsheet, our parsing engine will skip if you have enabled the option Skip email if nothing can be parsed out from the email message body.

For example, say your parsing rules apply to an email like this:

Name: Karen Hovac
E-mail: Hovac@gmail.com
Phone: +1415555555

Now, imagine this parsing engine—which searches for data related to names, email addresses, and phone numbers—runs into an email which looks like this:

This is an email from Facebook.

This email will be skipped, since the parser cannot extract anything that email.