How to export refund requests to a CSV file?

How to export refund requests to a CSV file?

      At the moment, the Lite tariff of extension provides the functionality to export the archived requests only.

  1. Navigate to the Archived Requests grid (Orders -> RMA Management -> Archived Requests).
  2. Tick the needed orders.

      3. Click the “Export” button and choose the required file format.
      The extra export functionality is available in the Pro and Premium tariffs of the extension to make the export process more convenient.
      It is located in the System > Amasty Export > Export and provides a possibility to export the data from all the RMA grids in 6 file formats (CSV, XML, JSON, Template, XLSX, ODS), and upload exported files directly to one of the following storage options:

      If you'd like to upgrade your RMA tariff to Pro or Premium, please feel free to contact our Support Team.

      • Related Articles

      • When does the RMA start counting refund period days?

              At the moment, the "RMA" starts counting refund period days when the order is created.
      • Can I refund orders with store credits?

              The RMA extension doesn’t deal with a refund itself. It works only with refund requests and is intended to help admins manage them much faster and easier. Everything about creating credit memos and sending money or store credits to customers ...
      • What features are included in each tariff plan of RMA?

        LITE RMA extension - easy RMA request management process; - return reasons, item conditions, and return resolutions; - multiple items in one request; - return rules (return period) for different products; - an option to add step-by-step instructions ...
      • How to allow guest customers to submit an RMA request?

              To enable guest RMA, navigate to Stores > Configuration > Amasty Extensions > RMA > General and enable the 'Allow Guest RMA' option.       Guest visitors will be able to find the link to the refund request creation page in the footer. ​
      • Is it possible to import data to Magento with a custom file?

              It is possible to use a custom import file, but there are a few peculiarities that must be taken into account.       Import modules provide features for flexible configuration of the import file like setting custom entity and field names or ...
      • Announcements

      • Already done in Q3'22

        Extensions updates Advanced Reports now, when a website works with multi currencies while filtering reports by the store views, the data in the report is converted to the site base currency; now, the Product Performance report displays up-to-date customer
      • What to expect in Q3'22

        New features and improvements Improved Layered Navigation integration with Live Search. Elastic Search improved Relevance Rules functionality. Product Feed an option to add configurable options to product URL; possibility to use Quantity attribute as
      • Already Done in Q2'22

        Brand-new extensions Google Page Speed Optimizer Powered by SpeedSize™ is a synergy of Amasty Google Page Speed Optimizer and SpeedSize, which will help you greatly increase the site performance due to code structure compression and neuroscience media
      • What to expect in Q2'22

        Amasty always strives to deliver new functionality in accordance with the most popular customers’ requests and e-commerce trends. In this article, we'll share our plans on new extensions, improvements, fixes, and other releases the team intends to be
      • March'22 results

        New Solutions In March, the team presented two new suites that combine features of top Amasty extensions and are attractive price-wise: Must-Haves Suite. Don't know how to grow your business or what to start with? Get our must-have set of features for