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CSV - keys

Last modified: January 05, 2022Author: Jakub Pomykała

CSV is the simplest file format which can be used to upload translation keys from your project. Create a file with .csv extension, and put there all translation keys which you can find in your project. Every translation key should be separated with ; or ,.

In order to upload keys with translations please use [csv-translations](/docs/file-formats/csv-translations/) file format.

File format example

email.user.hello; email.team;email.broken.button.instruction;email.user.created.subject

translation keys in csv file

Upload with CLI

simplelocalize upload --apiKey <PROJECT_KEY> \
  --uploadFormat csv \
  --uploadPath ./my_keys.csv

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Download with CLI

simplelocalize download --apiKey <PROJECT_KEY> \
  --downloadFormat csv \
  --downloadPath ./translation-keys.csv

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Import with API

curl
    --request POST \
    --url 'https://api.simplelocalize.io/api/v2/import?uploadFormat=csv' \
    --header 'x-simplelocalize-token: <API_KEY>' \
    --form file=@/path/to/your/file.csv

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Export with API

curl
    --request GET \
    --url https://api.simplelocalize.io/api/v3/export?downloadFormat=csv \
    --header 'x-simplelocalize-token: <API_KEY>'

Learn more about exporting translations with API