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windows:how_does_it_work:declarative_development:sobjects_editor:fls_tab [2018/05/16 14:49]
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windows:how_does_it_work:declarative_development:sobjects_editor:fls_tab [2018/05/16 15:11] (current)
Kate Gavrysh [Import / export settings]
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 To save the settings, click the **Apply** button. To save the settings, click the **Apply** button.
  
-===== Import / export ​settings ​=====+===== Import / export =====
  
 In case, you have to apply the same Field Level Security settings, for example, to several organizations,​ the options of **Import** and **Export** will save your lots of time. To use them, click on the appropriate button at the top of the tab. In case, you have to apply the same Field Level Security settings, for example, to several organizations,​ the options of **Import** and **Export** will save your lots of time. To use them, click on the appropriate button at the top of the tab.
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 The **Export** option saves all the settings that are visible in the FLS tab according to your filter in a ''​.json''​ file. To Apply these settings to other organizations,​ use the **Import** option. The **Export** option saves all the settings that are visible in the FLS tab according to your filter in a ''​.json''​ file. To Apply these settings to other organizations,​ use the **Import** option.
  
 +You can also **export FLS settings to a .csv file**. To do so, click the **Report to CSV** button on the toolbar. Once you press it, just select the location and filename and the job will be done. This functionality respects your filtering options, so if you've filtered the FLS tab to show only certain profiles and fields, you can be sure that only these details will get into the resulting .csv file.
 ===== Getting help ===== ===== Getting help =====
  
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