In this example, we will be going in-depth on exporting field values.
Go to the Export menu and Click Export to CSV at the bottom of the screen. Here you will see a drop-down called Export Filters. Inside this drop-down, you can filter exports by Title, Vendor, Type, Collection, and the last time it was Updated.
Open up the downloaded file in a spreadsheet program, ie. Excel or Sheets. Once opened, you will notice how the bulk export feature in Custom Fields looks very similar to the one provided by Shopify. However, Shopify cannot export Custom Fields with their bulk export feature, but ours can. Note the namespaces used in Custom Fields. More information on these namespaces and machine names can be found in our article on Theme Snippets, Namespaces and Developer Information About Each Field.
Shopify order data can be found under the Name column, the ID column, and sometimes the Email or Paid at columns as well depending on the export. Shopify deals with order Names similar to Custom Fields machine names and label names. Capitalization becomes lowercase and spaces turn into dashes (underscores in Custom Fields).
The only field we exported in this example was a field called "Text Export" which is a basic text field with 2 values across 2 different orders. "Test 1", and "Test 2" are what are printed on our store from that field. If nothing was printed under that column for a certain order, nothing would be printed on that page. Editing the cells underneath custom_fields["machine_name"] will allow you to quickly edit Custom Fields in a spreadsheet and re-import them when finished.
For more information about Importing and Exporting with Custom Fields, please visit our Bulk Operations Section or our article on Bulk Importing Product, Order and Customer Fields.