Import your Phrases from Excel
dotScribe is currently able to accept imports as excel files.
To import your own phrases into dotScribe,
- Open app.dotscribe.com and sign in
- Click “My Library”
- If you don’t already have a folder made, click “Add Folder”
- Click “Import Phrases”
- Excel columns must match the dotScribe format exactly to import correctly. Click the “sample excel sheet” to see the required excel sheet columns format.
- Click “Click to Upload Excel File”
- Click “Import”
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Navigating the Online Library
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Add a New Phrase
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How to Sync Your Phrases
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Can I edit dotScribe's templates in the online library?
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