There are different sets of data that can be exported from Ducalis. There are also different methods used to export them.
Data can be exported directly to its destination, or can be exported in a certain format and stored somewhere for later use.
Methods used to export data include:
- Sync back fields with data to your tracker,
- Push issues and feedback from Ducalis to your tracker,
- Export Voters by CSV file.
Sync back fields to task tracker
After connecting a task tracker with Ducalis, you have the ability to activate back sync. It allows you to export data like scores, score status, criteria data, priority number, alignment link to your task tracker such as: Jira Cloud, Jira Server, Asana, ClickUp, Trello, YouTrack.
You can switch it on under Backlog Management settings.
Access Backlog Management settings by clicking on Sync found on the bottom right corner of the board.
When activating you have the option to choose which data fields you want to sync back to your task tracker.
The data is sync to your task tracker at a date and time that you set. But there is also an option for instant sync whenever you want to.
2-Way Sync With Different Trackers
Here you can find the articles about every tracker Ducalis has the integration with:
- Two-Way Sync With Jira Cloud
- Two-Way Sync With Jira Server
- Two-Way Sync With Asana
- Two-Way Sync With ClickUp
- Two-Way Sync With Trello
- Two-Way Sync With YouTrack
Push Issues and feedback from Ducalis To Tracker
This feature allows you to export the issues that you create in a Ducalis to a task tracker. You can send issues from a prioritization board or issues from a Voting board. It allows you to add issues to your task tracker backlog without having to leave Ducalis.
Export Voters by .csv file
If you have a voting board with users subscribed to it, you have the ability to export a list of the users in a CSV format. Some of the data exported include the users’ name, email, company name, created source (how the user was subscribed), if the users subscribed to release notes.
Read more here.