Can anyone help us understand what is the difference between the two export options highlighted below.
I have tried out both but don't see any visible difference.
Export file types - Anaplan Technical Documentation:
Use the Comma Separate Values for Excel file type if your data contains non-ASCII characters
CSV (Comma-Separated Values) is a file format used to store data in a tabular format, where each row represents a record and each column represents a field within that record. There are two main types of CSV exports:
Normal CSV export: A normal CSV export includes all of the data from a database or spreadsheet in its original format, with each column separated by a comma. This type of export is often used for data backup or for importing data into other applications. Next Employee Portal Login
Customized CSV export: A customized CSV export allows you to select specific columns and filter data before exporting it to a CSV file. This type of export is useful when you need to extract specific information from a larger database for analysis or to import into another application.
Both types of CSV exports can be opened in a variety of applications, including Microsoft Excel, Google Sheets, and many database management tools. The choice between a normal and customized CSV export will depend on your specific needs and what you intend to do with the exported data.