CSV stands for Comma Separated Values and is a plain-text file format that stores tabular data. CSVs are widely used to import and export data for all kinds of services for it's simplicity and ease of parsing.
The row delimiter is the character used to separate each row in the CSV data. This is usually a new line character (LF), or a carriage return plus a new line character (CRLF).
Konbert will automatically detect this and parse the rows correctly.
The value separator is the character used to separate each value inside a row.
For CSV files, as the name implies it is usually a comma, but it can be different depending on the software used to generate the CSV file, we support the following separators:
Depending on what software you used to generate the CSV file, it might have a different character encoding
If no character encoding is specified we will automatically try to guess it, so you don't have to worry about it if you're unsure.