This article will outline how to extract system information, like clients, services, products and appointments, from your Phorest system.
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Exporting client emails from the system can be done by following this guide:
You can also use the following reports to extract the client information - Enter the date range from the time you first started using Phorest until today to give you a full list of client information. In the Top Clients report, enter the number of clients you have in the number of clients field to give you a full list.
The guide below will include transaction details and serve as a way to get your clients, product and service history, voucher sales, and course/series sales.
The report below will give you a list of all Future Appointments broken down by staff member that you can export, including any colour or service notes.
To export a list of all of your services, go to Manager > Services > Packages.
Then click > Add.
And click + Add Service.
Next, click the magnifying glass.
Then click the Export CSV button at the bottom of the screen.
If you have multiple locations in Phorest, this export will only include services for the location you are currently viewing. Repeat this process in each location if you need exports for other locations.
Once you have your export saved, click Close to close out of the package creation screens.
If you have Price Levels set, this export will also include each of your price levels per service. It will not include individual staff service durations. It is not currently possible to export these durations.
To export your list of products, check out the guide below:
Exporting Deposits on Client's accounts
This can be done with the following report:
Exporting Client's Courses / Series
The following reports can be run to get that information:
Vouchers / Gift Cards
Can be exported using the following reports:
All data export methods above can be completed using your Phorest system, free of charge. Cases where data exports are requested from Phorest may involve a charge.