Ninja Forms Excel Export
Excel Export is intended to be a very straightforward strategy for you to implement in response to these issues. Excel Export is the tool you need to save hours of unnecessary labor if you need to assemble exported data from your WordPress forms into a spreadsheet. Excel Export is available in the WordPress plugins directory.
Take control of your exported data with Excel Export
Excel Export provides you with complete control over the data that is pulled from the contributions made to your WordPress forms. You can pick and choose which parts of the form, the date period, and the fields you want to use. Simply press a button to have that information pulled into an.xlsx or.xls file to use as a spreadsheet. Because the add-on does not impose any restrictions on its own use, you are free to transfer anything you want, whenever you want to do so.
Export from any of your WordPress forms in any date range
Excel Export is able to collect data from all of the contributions made to your WordPress forms. You also have the additional benefit of being able to specify the date range that covers the data that you want. It is ridiculously simple to generate reports on a monthly, quarterly, or yearly basis, as well as reports for any other time period from which you might need to export data.
Selectively export data by specifying the fields you need while exempting others
There are some exports for which you won’t always want every element included. Marking a checkbox next to the field(s) that you want to export enables you to selectively export only the data elements that you require. Excel Export will only retrieve data from the sections that you specify in your export settings. You can also arrange the elements that are exported into rows in any particular fashion by merely dragging and dropping them from the dashboard view into the desired position.
Export as .xlsx or .xls files
Excel Export is able to generate a spreadsheet in either format, so you can use it for whatever purpose you need it for, whether it be to ensure interoperability, to make use of macros, or something else entirely. You do not need to be concerned about the translation of data after the fact.