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Followliker Whitelist Import

Discussion in 'Instagram' started by Solipsist, Jun 1, 2016.

  1. Solipsist

    Solipsist Registered Member

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    Hi all,

    I'm using followliker to manage an account for a client who is a bit particular about not unfollowing certain accounts. I made a shared .csv in Google Drive, but when I import a .csv in followliker it parses it weird and everything comes out, "A username_x", ostensibly because everything was in column A of the spreadsheet. Any advice on this matter?
     
  2. W9go

    W9go Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    can't you just use a textile there ???? don't see that it must be a .csv
     
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    You can run a search and replace with pretty much any text editor, if you want only the usernames
    Just search for the string(s), which is the same in every line and is redundant and replace it with nothing.
     
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    colorme Supreme Member

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    You can also use Excel to change it to separate columns.
    Select the column or cells, then click on Data-Text to columns. On the next step, select how you want it to parse it, by spaces, hyphens, tab, etc.,
     
  5. Solipsist

    Solipsist Registered Member

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    I checked and it looked like FL needs a .csv

    Thanks all. I'll just Ctrl+H it next time.

    It was weird though, not every entry had the A next to it.