Jon, I do remember that it took some poking around before I got the 
spreadsheet import process to work for me — there are steps to make sure 
that you're specifying the right worksheet and handling the various fields 
properly. But I was thrilled when it did work; it was a tremendously 
efficient way of importing loads of data.

I'm not able to put time into it now, but perhaps there are folks here with 
a better sense of how to explain it clearly.


On Saturday, June 13, 2020 at 1:41:34 PM UTC-4, Jon wrote:
> Yes, I did come across that after posting but I've not had much success 
> with it.
> When trying the demo in the online edition, it produces a javascript error 
> so I downloaded the plug-in to my wiki. I then managed to get rid of the 
> Presidents 
> and Justices demo import specification from the drop down and can't get 
> it back so don't know how to use it - not having a good day!
> Regards
> Jon
> On Saturday, 13 June 2020 17:48:15 UTC+1, springer wrote:
>> Have you tried the excel importer: 
>> ?
>> -ESpringer
>> On Saturday, June 13, 2020 at 3:40:10 AM UTC-4, Jon wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I'm importing a .csv file and I want each row to be a separate tiddler.
>>> What's the best way to do this?
>>> I have tried TW5-JsonMangler/ 
>>> <> where "each 
>>> individual row is rendered to a tiddler, then these tiddlers are packaged 
>>> as shadow-tiddlers into a plugin."
>>> but then there doesn't appear to be any instructions as to what to do 
>>> with the resulting plugin (sorry, I'm only an end user).
>>> Any guidance about using this method or an alternative much appreciated.
>>> Regards
>>> Jon 

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