If you consistently import records or activities with the same properties, you can use a previously completed import as a template to import new data. When you use an import as a template, the past import's settings are copied, including property mappings, to speed up the import process and ensure data is imported correctly.
For example, your team may need to import new contacts each week. If you previously imported a contacts file with the necessary columns, users can repeat that import to upload new contacts in fewer steps and to automatically map the file columns to the correct contact properties.
Please note: your new file must match the template file exactly. The file must include the same column headers in the same order and with the same formatting (i.e. no missing or additional columns, matching capitalization). For example, if a template file includes the columns First Name, Last Name, Email, and you try to import a file with the columns email, first name, last name, it will not be accepted due to the incorrect order and capitalization.
In the table, hover over the import you want to repeat, then click Use as template. If the import you want to repeat isn't included in the table:
Navigate back to the Imports page.
Hover over the import in the Past imports table, then click More.
In the dropdown menu, select Use as template for new import. Imports completed more than six months ago and opt-out list imports are not available for use as templates.
To confirm the required columns for your file, click [x] columns expected in the Import template requirements section. The columns in your file must be in the same order and have the same capitalization as displayed in the list of expected columns. If your file doesn't match, edit your file or start a new import that's not based on a template.
Click choose a file and select a file for each object/activity you're importing. The file you select must match the template file exactly, including the order and formatting of the column headers.
Once you've selected matching file(s), click Next.