This sync enables moving data from a user specified datawarehouse to the Google Cloud Storage of your choice.


Configuring the Credentials

Select the account credentials which has access to relevant Google Cloud Storage account from the given list & Click Next

Credentials not listed ?

Click on + for adding new credentials and fill the form that pops-up.

Data Sync Details

Data Sync

Select Export & click Next

Data Model

Select the data model that you would like to use for this sync. Checkout how to configure a model here.

Select Segment

Select the segment that you would like to use for this sync. Checkout how to configure a model here.

Setting Parameters

Parameter Description Values

Fields Selection

Dependent Required

Select the field(s) you would like to push in your slack here. To push all the fields, simple select "Select All Fields".

{Model Field Name, Destination Field Name}

Fetch Mode


This refers to the manner in which data will get updated : FULL will update the entire column(s) from the selected data, INCREMENTAL will update the fresh record(S) added since last fetch.


Default Value: FULL

Destination File Type


Select the destination file type, that is whether to export data in CSV or newline delimited text.

{CSV, txt}

Default Value: CSV

Include Headers Dependant

Required (If Destination File Type = CSV)

Choose whether to include headers in the exported CSV file.

{Yes, No}

Default Value: Yes

File Path


Enter the absolute path where the created file will be saved/uploaded.


Data Sync Scheduling

Set the schedule for the sync to run. Detailed explanation on scheduling of syncs can be found here

Dataset & Name

Give your sync a name and some description (optional) and click on Finish to save it. Read more about naming and saving your syncs including the option to save them as templates here

Still have Questions?

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