Import your Phrases from Excel

Import your Phrases from Excel

dotScribe is currently able to accept imports as excel files.

To import your own phrases into dotScribe,
  1. Open and sign in
  2. Click “My Library”
  3. If you don’t already have a folder made, click “Add Folder”
  4. Click “Import Phrases”
  5. To see an example of the excel sheet format, click “sample excel sheet”
  6. Click “Click to Upload Excel File”
  7. Click “Import”

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