How to Export Email Addresses from Xenforo without DB Access

Export Emails from Xenforo

This is a short tutorial on how to quickly export email addresses from Xenforo (forum) without having to have database access. There are a number of reasons below why you might want to do this:

  • Run Facebook ads against your Xenforo member list by creating creating a custom audience
  • Run remarketing ads against your Xenforo member list by using the new CRM Data Onboarding feature in a 3rd party retargeting tool such as AdRoll
  • Maybe you are migrating your forum and you need to import your email list into another email marketing platform such as MailChimp or Aweber

Maybe you have a new product your launching, why not target your already existing forum members?

Step 1

First login to the backend of your Xenforo forum, click on the “Users” tab and click into “Email Users.”

xenforo email users

Step 2

Select “Only generate a list of email addresses” and scroll down and click on “Continue.”

only generate email addresses

Step 3

You will then have to copy the email addresses to your clipboard. Right click and copy.

copy emails

Step 4

Now launch Microsoft Excel and paste the contents into column A.

paste into excel

Step 5

We now need to separate the columns. So select column A and in the “Data” tab click on “Text to Columns.”

convert text to columns

Step 6

Select “Delimited” and click “Next.”

delimited

Step 7

Make sure “Tab” and “Space” are selected and then click “Finish”

delimiters tab space

Step 8

You now have a 3 column email list. You can now save this as a CSV file and then import into a custom Facebook audience or into AdRoll’s CRM retargeting.

3 column email list

As always feel free to leave your comments below! If you have a Xenforo forum make sure to also check out my tutorial on how to properly insert the Facebook Conversion Pixel into your Xenforo install.

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