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When we imported our CSV file, we used the “fields delimited by: comma”.
Some of our categories have commas in them, so naturally using this method separated some of them into multiple categories, which we didn’t want.
I just want to verify that if we re-upload our CSV file and instead choose “fields delimited by: semicolon” we won’t see our categories getting split into multiple ones. None of our categories have semicolons in them.
Sorry, no, the field delimited by is the column separated character using in the CSV file to denote the end of one column. The categories are all in a single column and at the code level, the CSV import will split the categories by comma not matter what the field delimiter is set to. The only option is to import the categories that have a comma in the name with a substituted character and then rename them after the import.
I hope that helps!
Ok, thank you. I know how to approach the situation then.
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