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Hi @Kimberley Pittman-Schulz54 

You can use a segment base on subscription date similar to this screenshot below, then you can export the list of subscribers:

I don't see how to export my subscribers by date. I'm using Substack for my blog and need any easy way to export new subscribers each week. How do I do that?

I had this same problem, I solve it with Hal9141 with the following web-scraping pipeline, which you should be able to reuse.

This is our ConvertKit broadcast:

If you have questions I'm in Twitter at @javierluraschi181.

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Hi @jimreeves@athleteszone.ca84 

It should export all the data fields from your subscribers profile. If it doesn't work, I suggest reaching out to the team at help@convertkit.com104 to further check this.