Creating and Importing your list
(sample screenshot of list spreadsheet):
Prepping Your Data
You can import the following file types into your ICN database:
- CSV (.csv)
- Microsoft Excel (.xls and .xlsx)
For an optimal import, we've provided a template for your data to be formatted in. You can copy and paste your data into the fields listed on either of these templates for a streamlined import experience.
Note: If you choose to not use our template, you may suffer issues with importing your data.
We provide a variety of dropdown choices to match your columns to your specified format. See below for more details.
Contact Name Field
Example: Brad Pitt
Rep Company Field
Rep Company / Rep Name
Example: 3Arts / Chelsea Wolfe
Rep Full Name Field
Example: Chelsea Wolfe
Rep First Name Field
Rep Last Name Field
Rep Phone Number Field
Rep Email Field
Deal Details Field
Anything in this field is captured a note related to Deals that the crew member is involved in.
If you want to include Credits for your contacts, please follow our formatting rules below.
The list of credit fields that you can import are:
- Project Title: Name of Project the contact worked on
- Role: The credit/title that the contact had on that project (i.e. DP, Writer, Costumer, PA, Makeup Artist)
- Project Type: Type of project. Anything outside of these three categories will default to a blank choice.
- TV Series
- Year: Year of the project
You must follow the correct format/arrangement of the fields to have a seamless import experience.
- Please list all credits in one cell
- Use commas to separate out the fields per credit
- Separate each credit by using semicolons
Single Format: Project Title, Role, Project Type, Year;
Multiple Credit Format: Project Title, Role, Project Type, Year; Project Title, Role, Project Type, Year;
Real World Example
Stranger Things, Writer, TV Series, 2016; What We Do in the Shadows, Writer, TV Series, 2019;
What if I don't include all the fields for a credit import?
Just separate out the data using a comma and leave a blank where you don't have the data.
Example: Stranger Things, Writer, , 2016;
If done correctly, you should see the data being mapped to the correct fields as seen below.