How to export emails from

Export to CSV, XLSX, and Google Sheets is available for all users with a paid plan.

Once you find emails, you can use the export button to save your lists:

The pop-up window with the export settings will appear.
First, select the list format:

Then, select the status of the email addresses you want to export:

Your choices are Not verified, Valid, Invalid, Catch All, and Can’t find emails (for when a prospect’s info without an email address is sufficient). You may select one, multiple or all of the statuses. Find out more about email statuses here.

This crucial step is selecting the data you need in your file.

There are 2 more options which allow you to export all of the prospects positions from their CV even if there’s no coinciding email (“Export job positions without emails”), export only emails for current job positions (“Exclude emails from previous jobs”) and if the prospect has several email addresses and you need just one of them (“Export just one email per person”)

When you’ve set all of the parameters, click the Export button.
Sometimes if the download doesn’t start automatically, you will see this message. In this case, just click the Download list button.

If you chose the option to export to Google Sheets, you’ll see this message:

Now you have a file with email addresses and prospect information to work with.

If you download lists for individual emailing through Gmail, you can use’s email tracking tool to monitor sent emails, schedule follow-ups and set up reminders.

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