How to use quotation marks as text delimiters when importing a CSV file

A common challenge you may encounter when importing data into SuccessFactors may stem from text fields that contain extra commas.  Getting this data into your system can be tricky and mistakes can mean that employees with incorrect data fields, like home address, may miss important mailed communications and tax forms.

Fortunately, these problems are easily resolved by knowing how to use quotation marks as text delimiters. Follow this simple tip to learn how to easily format your import files.

View a brief video that will step you through this process.  Please click on the below graphic.

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