In this modern era, we need to extract Facebook comments data very frequently. Now, it is time-consuming and tiring to extract and store these data manually. It would be easier for us to extract those data automatically. In this article, I will show you 2 quick methods to export Facebook comments to Excel.
2 Ways to Export Facebook Comments to Excel Spreadsheet
Say, you have a link to a post on Facebook. And, there are many comments in the post. Now, we want to export the comments. You can export Facebook comments to Excel by using any of the ways below.
1. Use the Export Comments Website
You can export Facebook comments from the Export Comments website. Follow the steps below to do this.
- First, write export comments and search on Google.
- Subsequently, click on the exportcomments.com website link.
- Afterward, go to Facebook >> right-click on your desired post >> choose the option Copy link address from the context menu.
- At this time, go to the Export Comments website and paste the copied link in the URL text box.
- Subsequently, click on the START EXPORT PROCESS button.
- As a result, the export will be done and there will be options for which type of file and format you want to download the comments.
- Subsequently, click on the DOWNLOAD EXCEL FILE button >> SAVE AS EXCEL FILE button.
Thus, you will get all your Facebook post comments exported into an Excel file. And, the file would look like this.
- You do not need to login into Facebook from this website for exporting.
- You can download 99 comments only with the free version. For more comments, you have to buy the premium version.
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2. Use the Comment Picker Website
Another thing you can do is to use the Comment Picker website for exporting comments. Use the following steps to do so.
- First, write Comment Picker and search on Google.
- As a result, several search results will appear.
- Click on the commentpicker.com website.
- At this time, click on the Login with Facebook button.
- After logging in to your Facebook from this website, paste your post’s URL in the Facebook Post URL text box and click on the Get Comments button.
Thus, you will be able to export all the comments to an Excel file or CSV file as you need.
- You need to log in to your Facebook account from this website.
- You have to give access to your page and comments on the website.
How to Export Instagram Comments to Excel Spreadsheet
You can also export comments from Instagram to Excel. Follow the steps below to do this.
- At the very beginning, go to your Instagram account and right-click on the post or photo from where you want to export comments.
- Subsequently, click on the Copy link address option from the context menu.
- At this time, write Export Gram and search on Google.
- Subsequently, click on the exportgram.net link.
- Afterward, paste the copied link in the Media Link text box and click on the CONTINUE button.
- Now, from the Export Settings window, choose the CSV option from the Available Formats option and click on the EXPORT button.
- Following that, your download file will be ready.
- Click on the Download Csv File link.
As a result. You will find your comments n the CSV file and the outcome would look like this.
You can export 99 comments with the free version.
So, in this article, I have shown you 2 ways to export Facebook comments to Excel. I suggest you read the full article carefully and practice accordingly. I hope you find this article helpful and informative. And, you are very welcome to comment here if you have any further questions or recommendations regarding this article.
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