Currently the only way to import data to Insight Cloud is via Rest API. https://documentation.mindville.com/display/INSCLOUD/REST+API
You can create Objects using http POST. If you are using user friendly tools like Postman for testing APIs, then you can also configure Postman Runner to run your CSV file and create your objects automatically.
We will introduce the CSV import feature in following weeks. (not promising for an exact date)
Generally you have 2 options - to import objects to existing object type or import objects to new object types created. Moreover once you configured the source next consequential import will be as easy as clicking one button - it will import only changes.
So first go to Object Schema -> Configure, then Import, proceed with Import wizard. After it is ready select type of import you need and import the data.
CSV file should be UTF-8 - both Excel and LibreOffice can do that if you select proper type. The spreadsheet should have a row with column names on top. If you already created attributes for object type you should use attribute names for column titles.
Unfortunately I was not able to import links between objects - I will report a feature request to Atlassian.
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