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After you've created a list and collected a number of contacts, you may want to export those contacts into a CSV file. You can export an entire list, a segment of a list, or a list group. Exports can include subscribed, non-subscribed, unsubscribed, and cleaned contacts.

In this article, you'll learn how to access and configure your list view, export your contacts, and access the export history for each list.

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Here are some things to know before you begin this process.

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To configure the columns on the list view, follow these steps.

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You have the option to export a list when you view it in the Lists page of your account. To view or export your list, follow these steps.

Export List Export as CSV

You have the option to export a segment when you view it on the Lists page of your account. To view or export a saved segment , follow these steps.

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You also have the option to view a group, or export it. To view or export a group of subscribers, follow these steps.

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One of the best (and sometimes the worst) things that technology allows is the ability to work anywhere at any time.

Based on 2016 data from the American Time Use Survey, about 27 percent of full-time workers did at least some work away from the workplace on a non-holiday weekday. In 2006, it was a few percentage points lower at 23 percent.

While not a major shift, the amount of time people work remotely increased more so. Below shows the cumulative percentages for 2016 against 2006.

Busy While Away

Between 2006 and 2016, it grew more common to work more hours somewhere other than the workplace.

Percentage of full-time, remote workers who…

In 2016, about 27% of full-time workers did at least some work outside the workplace. Of those, 40% worked at least 4 hours away.

In 2006, 23% of full-time workers did some work outside. Of those, only 30% worked at least 4 hours away.

…logged at least this number of hours on a work day.

Busy While Away

Between 2006 and 2016, it grew more common to work more hours somewhere other than the workplace.

Full-time, remote workers

In 2016, about 27% of full-time workers did at least some work outside the workplace. Of those, 40% worked at least 4 hours away.

In 2006, 23% of full-time workers did some work outside. Of those, only 30% worked at least 4 hours away.

Hours at least on a work day

How does time usage differ between remote and non-remote workers? I looked at the workday schedules for about 15,000 full-time workers between 2012 and 2016. A remote worker is defined as someone who only did work away from the workplace, and a non-remote worker is defined as someone who only worked at a workplace that was not home.

The biggest difference, as you might guess, is travel time . The bulk of minutes are spent on the commute to and from work.

travel time

Traveling

As expected, the biggest time use difference between remote and non-remote workers is commute. This activity includes non-work-related travel, but the contrast is clear.

Median, 0 minutes

Remote Workers

Commuting from the kitchen to the home office is nice, 29% of remote workers agree.

However, many still have long commutes.

Median, 35 minutes

Non-Remote Workers

Despite often hearing about long commutes in big cities, most travel an hour or less.

Minutes

Traveling

As expected, the biggest time use difference between non-remote and remote workers is commute. This activity includes non-work-related travel, but the contrast is clear.

Remote Workers

Non-Remote Workers

Minutes

Median,

0 min.

Commuting from the kitchen to the home office is nice, 29% of away-from-workers agree.

Median,

35 min.

However, many still have long commutes.

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Pepe Aguilar Best Regional Mexican Or Tejano Album for Bicentenario (2011)

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Asleep at the Wheel Best Country Instrumental for One O'Clock Jump (1978) Best Country Instrumental Performance (Orchestra, Group or Soloist) for String of Pars (1987) Best Country Instrumental Performance for Sugarfoot Rag (1988) Best Country Instrumental Performance for Red Wing (1993) Best Country Duo or Group Performance for Blues For Dixie with Lyle Lovett (1995) Best Country Instrumental Performance for Bob's Breakdowns (1999) Best Recording Package for Ride With Bob (1999) Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for Cherokee Maiden (2000) Gene Austin Hall of Fame Award for My Blue Heaven (1978) Gene Autry Hall of Fame Award for Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer (recorded 1949; inducted 1985)

Ramón Ayala y Sus Bravos Del Norte Best Mexican/Mexican-American Album for En Vivo...El Hombre Y Su Musica (2001)

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