Slice and dice your Subscribers page graph data
Apart from viewing your subscriber data in the Subscribers graph, you may want to download your graph data for analysis elsewhere.
And you can do just that by exporting your data as a CSV file. Let’s take a look at the export process, using the data in the broadcast deliverability graph as an example 👇
NOTE: At the moment, only the data in these graphs can be exported as a CSV:
Stay tuned as we roll out data exports for other Subscribers page graphs in due course!
How to export your Subscribers page graph data
Go to Subscribers under the Grow tab in the top navigation in ConvertKit. Click the Deliverability tab, followed by Broadcasts, to load the graph whose data you want to export.
For the purposes of this demo, we'll load the broadcast deliverability graph.
Adjust the date range and filters for your graph according to the extent of data you’d like to export:
After that, click the Export data to CSV button at the top of the graph to export your graph data as a CSV file.
You’ll see a pop-up confirming the start of the data export. When the export is complete, we’ll send the generated CSV file to the email address associated with your ConvertKit account.
Click the download link in the email to download your CSV file.
The CSV files for different subscriber graphs will contain different data. For example, if you're exporting your broadcast deliverability graph data, the resulting CSV file will contain the following data:
Send date of broadcast
Send time of broadcast
Number of recipients
Number of opens
Number of clicks
Happy analyzing! 📊
Which Subscribers page graphs are available for export?
At this time, only the data in these graphs can be exported as a CSV file:
Net new subscribers
Engagement in distribution view
Deliverability for broadcasts and sequences
We’ll be adding data exports for other graphs in due course, so keep checking back!
Can I customize the amount and type of data to be exported as a CSV file?
Yes, you can! Simply adjust the date range and filters for your graph before starting the export.
I received an email saying that my export failed. What do I do now?
Oops, something must have gone wrong on our end.
Please try exporting your graph data again. If the export still doesn’t go through, contact support and we’ll help you out.