If your company has g-suite you can use import csv. https://help.loyverse.com/help/how-open-csv-file-google-sheets bonus being that google sheets is quite smart at recognising the phone numbers. I don't recommend your personal Gmail account for handling sensitive information
On 'numbers' which is the standard mac application:
Open the .csv file in a text editor like TextEdit on Mac.
Do a find&replace. Find "," and replace with ";" .
Save the .csv file.
Drag-and-drop the file onto the Numbers app icon.
Apple Numbers displays the data in a new sheet.
Alternatively, the best way would not have to edit it. If I see a new variation of field name come across I'll always add it to the list import alias within-field management (under admin) I find this a tad quicker than having to map it on upload.
Hope that helps
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We followed this: https://support.zoom.us/hc/en-us/articles/207267346-Setting-Up-Zoom-for-Marketo in the initial setup and I don't remember having to use the launchpoint integration. This way users could manage everything they needed in Zoom through their own logins and basically have their webinar ready to go. You have the options of using the Zoom emails then if you want (you'd have to set the branding but still get the tracking in Marketo or visa versa). To use this you then have Zoom program templates in Marketo then they just need to add their Zoom webinar ID to add into their program (without the - -). Depending on your webinar licenses in Zoom too there will be limits on the number of attendees they can have. Hope that helps a little.
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