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How to auto summarise your data

Updated: Apr 29, 2021



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So, you’ve finally got all of the data you need, but it's compiled in a ridiculously long spreadsheet. You can’t face going through it, one by one, to summarise its findings.

We’ve been there - and we have some good news…

You don’t need to spend hours and hours summarising data from endless lists. Use our two step tool, and we can do it for you.


What is auto summarising?

Auto summarising is the automatic compilation of data into categories, numbers, and percentages.

It makes your data much easier to read - in just a quick glance you can check out where the majority of your event attendees are from, trends in your customer base, or the top industries that subscribe to your newsletter.

The possibilities are endless!

Here's a snapshot of what to expect (taken from our test data below).


Why do you need to auto summarise?

Marketing: Perfect for customer analysis, so that you can quickly identify trends in who your best customers are.

Fundraising: Perform business analysis of CRM, with the data you need, ready for when you need to prepare investment decks.

Events: Analyse attendee data, so you can make the most of what you know, ready for those all important sponsorship proposals.


How can you do it?

It’s simple! All you need to do is drag and drop your document into our tool. We’ll work some data magic, so you don't have to.

Why not give it a go with some test data first?

So, how do you get started?


Step 1: Insert

Make sure the first row of your spreadsheet contains the title of each column.

Then, save your spreadsheet as a CSV-UTF8 file. Don’t know how? Don’t worry, just head over to our step-by-step guide.


Step 2: Let us do the work

Pop your file into our tool...

Then, voila! Within seconds your summarised data will be returned to you.

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