Import Data

Import data

Importing data into Fillet

Fillet’s Import Spreadsheet helps you import large amounts of data:

Import new data, or update your Fillet data quickly and easily.

How to use Fillet’s Import Spreadsheet

  1. Select a sheet:

    • Recipes,
    • Prices, or
    • Units.
  2. Download CSV version of sheet: File > Download > Comma-separated-values (.csv)

  3. Enter data to be imported.

  4. Use iOS app to import. (Android & web coming soon)

Ingredient names

Enter your Ingredients’ names in the Ingredient column.

When you use these Ingredients in Recipes, the Recipe Ingredients will use these names.

Enter your Ingredients’ names in the Ingredient column.

When you Order these Ingredients from your suppliers, the Orders will use these names.

Ingredient prices

Enter your Ingredients’ prices in the Price column.

When you Order these Ingredients from your suppliers, the Orders will use these Ingredient prices.

Ingredient suppliers

Enter names of your Ingredients’ suppliers in the Supplier column.

When you Order these Ingredients from your suppliers, the Orders will use these suppliers’ names.

Ingredients in a Recipe

You can also use Fillet’s Import Spreadsheet to specify what Recipes use which Ingredients.

After you import your data, the Fillet apps can do automatic calculations for you.

Measurement units

Enter measurement units in the Units column.

When you use these Ingredients in Recipes, these measurement units are used with the quantities you entered in the Amounts column.

This is Ingredient quantity in a Recipe.

Enter measurement units in the Units column.

When you Order these Ingredients from your suppliers, these measurement units are used with the quantities you entered in the Amounts column.

This is Ingredient price per unit.

Enter custom measurement units (Abstract Units) that you want to use in the Recipes sheet or Prices sheet.

After you import your data, you can use these units in Fillet apps.


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