Generate a compressed CSV export of all of your current user data

This method can be used to generate a compressed CSV export of all of your current user data. It is a much faster alternative than retrieving this data using the /players API endpoint.

The file will be compressed using GZip.

The file may take several minutes to generate depending on the number of users in your app.

The URL generated will be available for 3 days and includes random v4 uuid as part of the resource name to be unguessable.


403 Error Responses

You can test if it is complete by making a GET request to the csv_file_url value. This file may take time to generate depending on how many device records are being pulled. If the file is not ready, a 403 error will be returned. In which case, you set setup a retry to pull again after some time has passed. Otherwise the file itself will be returned.


Concurrent Exports

Only one concurrent export is allowed per OneSignal account. Please ensure you have successfully downloaded the .csv.gz file before exporting another app.

Result Format - CSV export

Default Columns



OneSignal Player Id


Push Token


Number of times they visited the app or site


Device language code


Number of seconds away from UTC. Example: -28800


Version of your mobile app gathered from Android Studio versionCode in your App/build.gradle and iOS uses kCFBundleVersionKey in Xcode.


Device Operating System Version. Example:
80 = Chrome 80, 9 = Android 9


Device Operating System Type. See device_type for Integer Value codes. Example:
0 = iOS mobile app
1 = Android mobile app
5 = Chrome Web Push


Device Hardware String Code.
Mobile Web Subscribers will have Linux armv
iOS Hardware Strings


Based on the Google Advertising Id for Android, identifierForVendor for iOS. OptedOut means user turned off Advertising tracking on the device.


Current OneSignal Data Tags on the device.


Date and time the user last opened the mobile app or visited the site based on UTC.


Total amount of time in seconds the user had the mobile app open.


Mobile only - amount spent in USD on In-App Purchases. More details.


Date and time the device record was created in OneSignal. Mobile - first time they opened the app with OneSignal SDK. Web - first time the user subscribed to the site.


t = unsubscribed
f = subscibed


Current number of badges on the device

Extra Fields - CSV export




Your User Id set on the device.


Check this value if invalid_identifier is t (true) to know why the device is unsubscribed.

1 = subscribed
-2 = unsubscribed, via SDK method or REST API
null = default, if invalid_identifier is t (true) and identifier is null then device was never subscribed
0 = permission not granted.
-3 = missing_android_support_library
-4 = missing_google_play_services_library
-5 = outdated_android_support_library
-6 = invalid_google_project_number
-7 = outdated_google_play_services_app
-8 = google_play_services_library_error
-10= Web push blocked notifications, cleared all data and workers, Android, iOS, and WP uninstalled app
-11 = google_play_services_library_error # Google Play services returned an IOException error, check logcat
-12 = google_play_services_library_error # Google Play services returned unknown error, check logcat
-13 = iOS missing_push_capability
-14 = iOS apns_delegate_never_fired
-15 = ios_simulator_unsupported
-16 = iOS unknown_apns_error_response
-17 = iOS other_apns_3000_error
-18 = iOS never_prompted
-19 = iOS prompted_but_never_answered
-20 = temp_web_record
-21 = Web, pushsubscriptionchange permission revoked
-22 = Email, unsubscribed via dashboard, manually_unsubscribed
-23 = Web service_worker_403
-24 = Web service_worker_404

The secondary use of this field is for iOS devices (device_type = 0).
For numbers greater than zero for iOS devices this indicates the notification options enabled for your app as bitflags.

bit 0 - badges
bit 1 - sounds
bit 2 - alert
bit 3 - lockscreen
Example: 31 = all the iOS notification settings are on. badges, sounds, banner, etc

See the OneSignal-iOS-SDK Source for more details on these iOS bitflags.


Location points (Latitude and Longitude) set on the device.


Country code


Android device rooted or not


IP Address of the device if being tracked. See Handling Personal Data.


Web Only authorization key.


Web Only p256 key.