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    Tag Data Exporter

    • 2 minutes
    Open the "InEight Model Desktop Application".
    If the *Tags and Objects panel* is already open on the right side of the model application skip to step 4.
    In the model application toolbar, click "View".
    In the view drop-down menu, click "Tags and Objects".
    In the *Tags and Objects Panel,* click "Tags".
    In the tags menu, click the drop-down arrow next to the tag you want to use.
    In the tag drop-down, right click the sub tag you want to export to open a drop down menu.
    In the drop down menu. click "Tag Data Exporter..." a **Tag Data Exporter** window will open.
    In the **Tag Data Exporter** window tag section, click the tag you want to move to the **Identifier/ Pivot Tag** field.
    In the Tag Data Exporter window, click the arrow on the left side of the **Identifier/Pivot Tag** field to move the tag(s) to that field.
    You can be specific with the Tag values by removing any values that you do not want to be a part of the export. Click the tag values, and then click "Remove".
    You can also be specific with the Tag values by selecting your values, and then moving them into the Identifier/Pivot Tag area. To move the values you selected to the **Identifier/Pivot Tag** field repeat step 9.
    To select several values at the same time press [[Shift]] and click on values.
    To move the tags to the **Tags to be exported field**, in the *Tags* field of the **Tag Data Exporter** window, click on the tag(s) you want to export.
    In the **Tag Data Exporter** window, click the arrow on the left side of the **Tags to be exported** filed to move the tag(s) to that field.
    In the **Configuration Name** field of the **Tag Data Exporter** window, enter a configuration name.
    Click the "Save" icon, next to the configuration name you entered.
    The saved configurations can be imported, exported, and deleted.
    If you want the data exported to be combined into like rows according to the data with a leading column providing a count of objects meeting that row of data, click on the "Include Objects Column" checkmark.
    Click "Export All…" to export all data related to the configuration into a CVS file. Click "Export…" to only export data related to the configuration and the model objects currently selected.
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