3 Ways to save scans to CSV files

Last updated: Oct 2nd 2020

Barcode to PC offers you 3 alternative ways to save the scans to CSV files:

Method 1: Export an enteire scan session

This option will let you export the scans of a scan session all at once
Step 1 – Click the 3 dots icon

Step 2 – Click the Export as CSV option

After that, it’ll let you select the path of the output file.

Method 2: Append the scans to a file in real-time (synchronously)

This option allows saving the scans as they’re received.
Step 1 – Open the server settings

Step 2 – Enable the Append scans to a .csv file option
Step 3 – Click the SELECT button to insert the output file path

After that save the settings, and the new scans will be automatically appended on the file path you selected.

Is it also possible to use a dynamic file name to save the scans in different files, based for example on the name of the smartphone they come from, or any other variable.
You can see it in action in this video:

Method 3: Share a scan session from the app

Step 1 – Open a scan session of your choice

Step 2 – Tap the Share icon

Step 3 – Tap the EXPORT button



  1. Not sure what I’m buying. I’ll tell you what I want it to do and you tell me if it will work.
    I sell vehicles at auction. I want to scan the bar code of the vehicle located on the door. I want to send this information to my AuctionFlex software. Add Additional information about the vehicle and print a bar-code label that can be affixed to the windows of the vehicles being sold. Buyers can scan the bar Code to obtain info

    1. Hi, Barcode to PC helps you insert data in your existing software, please send a screenshot of the AuctionFlex software where you need to put the barcode and the other information to [email protected] so that I can help you create a template.

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