Frequently Asked Questions About Exporting Toolset Types Data
How to import Toolset Types data?
Navigate to All Import > New Import. Select the post type that your Toolset Types fields are associated with. In the Drag & Drop interface, expand the Toolset Types Add-On section and map the relevant incoming data elements to the Toolset Types fields.
How to schedule a Toolset Types export?
You can either manually create cron jobs on your server or use our Automatic Scheduling Service. With our scheduling service, you can schedule your Toolset Types export directly through our interface.
Where is Toolset Types data stored?
Custom post types, custom fields, and custom taxonomies are stored in the standard WordPress tables. Post relationship data is stored in Toolset's own custom tables.
How to retrieve a Toolset Types value?
If you're just trying to display a value, you can use a Toolset Types shortcode. To access a value more directly, you should use their PHP API.
What happens when Toolset Types adds a field?
If Toolset Types adds a new core field, we'll add support for it in WP All Export and our Toolset Types Add-On for WP All Import. If you notice that there's a new field we haven't built support for yet, please contact our support team and let us know.
What if I need help?
We're here for you. We've been doing this for a combined total of 27+ years, and we've seen it all. Get in touch if you have a question, run into any problems, or just want to know the best way to set up your export.
What plugins do I need so I can export Toolset Types data?
WP All Export requires the Toolset Types Export Add-On. If you plan on importing Toolset Types data with WP All Import, then you'll need our Toolset Types Import Add-On.
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