Premium users can use the export all function:
As for Premium users, they can download all the data, including the attached files, with the Export all function that exports the data as a .zip file. The button for exporting the data is located on the projects' dashboard on the right.
You can select more than one project and export them from all three projects' tabs (ACTIVE, ARCHIVED and ALL) in the same way. You can switch between Card view and Table view.
Generally speaking, you can export the projects for which you have viewing permissions, regardless of your project role (e.g. Owner, User, Technician, or Viewer). This means, you can export the projects that are visible to the entire Team or the ones that are visible to a specific closed group of people, you being a project member of this group (in other words, the projects that you are added to).
Furthermore, a user who has a Team permission to view the project can also export it (e.g. Guest, Normal user, or Administrator). If you are the Administrator of the Team, you have the permission to export all Team's projects.
First, select one or more projects by checking the boxes. In a Card view, the checkbox is located in the right upper corner of a project card. In case of a Table view, you need to check the box on the left of one or more selected projects. Then click the Export projects button and a modal window will display.
Once you confirm your action by clicking the green button, your request will be processed and exported as a .zip file. Your request can be processed from 5 minutes up to several hours, depending on the file size. Please note, that any new data in the projects from this point will not be included in the exported file.
When it’s ready, you will receive an e-mail with the download link and the link to your file will also appear in your SciNote notifications. Due to security reasons, the link will expire in 7 days. Please be advised that the number of exports is limited to 3 requests per day.
Files are exported in the tree-like structure. Everything uploaded to SciNote is downloaded - Inventories are exported in excel file format, attachments are downloaded in native format (same that they were uploaded in) and Archived items are also exported.
The main file of the export is the Report in HTML format, which can also be edited in Word. To learn how to open Report in Word, follow this tutorial.
To learn how to export data as a free user please refer to this FAQ.