Tokeet Data Feeds

You may extract detailed, event-level data from Tokeet using a single URL and without any programming. Data feeds allow you to download your Tokeet data easily and securely with SSL encryption. Creating a new data feed is simple and takes less than a minute. You may then share the secure data feed URL with anyone you like to give them a simple and secure way to access your Tokeet data. If you delete or pause the data feed the URL will stop working. 

You may further customize your data feed on the fly using the query parameters detailed below.

Overview of Tokeet Data Feeds

Please follow the below steps for creating a new data feed in Tokeet.

  • Navigate to Settings > Data Feeds

  • Click Create

  • Create a name for your data feed and choose the type of data feed you require.

Click on the secure URL to open it in a new window or choose Edit URL to set parameters that will filter the data before opening it.

  • You will be able to customize your data feed information as follows.
    Once you have made the adjustments, select “Copy URL” to get the updated Data Feed URL then click “Done”.
Data feed URLs can provide no more than 1000 records at a time. If your data feed has more than 1000 available records please utilize the skip and limit options found under Edit URL to create multiple URLs that account for the entire data set, or use the filter options to decrease the filter range.

Saving Your Data Feed to *.CSV Format

It is easy to save your data feed in *.CSV Format, for example if you want to manipulate the data in Excel.

  • Click on the data feed URL, which will load all data in your browser window
  • In your browser, navigate to File > "Save Page As"

Now, rename the file so that it can be opened in Excel by giving it a “.csv” file extension.

  • Select "All Files" under Format
  • Append .csv to the filename
  • Click "Save"

That's it!  Your file is now saved in *.CSV format and can be opened in Excel or Google Sheets.


  • Data feed shows 1000 records at a time.
  • To get the next 1000 records, append ?skip=1000&limit=2000   to the URL; to get the next 500 append skip=2000&limit=3000  and so on.  
  • Please see below for full menu of available operations.

Customizing Your Feed Further

The instructions below describe how to manually alter the data feed URL. These steps are done automatically when using the Edit URL feature described in the steps above. The information below is mainly helpful only for users who intend to use the data feed URLs in their personal software solutions.

  • Data is provided in *.CSV format; up to 1000 records can be extracted at a time.  
  • You can append parameters to the data feed URL for additional filtering and control.
  • The first parameter is preceded by  ? and you separate multiple parameters with &
Filtering by date range


The start  and end  query parameters controls the date range of your data feed. 

  • start  - retrieves all bookings starting on or after this date.
  • start_before  - retrieves bookings starting before this date.
  • end  - retrieve all bookings ending on or before this date. These are used to control the range of the query.
  • end_after  - retrieves bookings ending after this date.

Specifying how much data is shown

  • Reminder, 
  • The skip  and limit  parameters control pagination.
  • After the first 1000 records are extracted, append ?skip=1000&limit=2000  to retrieve the next 1000 records; ?skip=2000&limit=3000  to retrieve the next 1000, and so on)

Filtering for booked inquiries

  • The booked  parameter returns only bookings from the Inquiry feed

Filtering for archived items

  • The archived  parameter will return only archived items, otherwise the data feed returns only unarchived items.

Filtering by specific rental

  • You may specify a rental id to limit your feed to a specific rental.

Managing Spreadsheet data

Once you have the data there is any number of things you may want to do with it. Being able to manipulate the data to target your specific needs is a valuable skill that will serve you as a business owner. If you are new to working with spreadsheets please see the following resource which will guide you through the basics.

Intro to Excel Formulas

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