thank you very much for your straight answer. I can understand that you guys are focusing on the Apple platform. In fact, I didn’t know about the - somewhat hidden - possibility of importing from CSV via the iOS app. I’ve been using my Macbook for the import so far, but I normally use it with Windows via Bootcamp. This then required a new start of Mac OS on my laptop. The import via the iOS app has already helped a lot!
I also noticed that the importer ignores duplicate entries, which is very good for the workflow :)
Regarding the importer itself, I would suggest the following improvements, which would be very helpful at least for my workflow:
- interpretation of a third column for a tag (one tag per vocabulary would be sufficient).
- interpretation of a fourth column for the comment field. I like to write out complete sentences to better understand the context of the vocabulary, which was cumbersome when typing via iOS keyboard.
- if the tag column is present, the filename should not be stored in the tag. Instead, the tag for the respective vocabulary is used.
- under Settings > Support, I would add a tab titled “Data Import from CSV” which you can then use to select a file via the iOS file app. Ideally, the same file should then always be preselected, so you just click on Import and you’re done. This would make the feature more prominent and would almost make the web app or windows app obsolete.
I hope my feedback helps you to evolve the app significantly with minimal effort and attract more users with cross-platform environments.
If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.