At its core, the mission of the Chrome Extension is to turn the entire internet into a data source, bridging the gap between platform and browser by letting you pull data from any webpage directly into Clay.
Instructions to get started below, or book time here: https://calendly.com/clay-demo/15min
When you land on any page that contains a list interesting to you, you can check to see if it has been automatically detected or already mapped by the Clay team, and Copy to Clipboard or Export to CSV.
Pages we suggest testing out include LinkedIn People or Jobs Search, Google Jobs Search, or a list of speakers from your favorite conference.
If the list you want isn't yet mapped, or is already mapped but missing some attributes, create your own!
Try this out on any page with structured data, e.g. Twitter followers, an e-commerce product page, an online database you've been eyeing.
1. Head back to zora.co
2. Enter Select List mode. Hit the Chrome Extension and head over to the Select Data tab > Select Data on Page button > Select a list option
3. Set your list parameters. Select two similar items from the list one after the other, e.g. two titles, two images, two descriptions.
4. Get mapping! Name your list, select the attributes you'd like to pull, save them as you and watch Clay find the rest.
5. Export your new list. As easily as hitting Copy to Clipboard or Export as CSV.
Rather than repeatedly copy-pasting data from pages of the same structure into your table, map one page and use the Clay "Get Data from Page Action" to pull the data directly into Clay for all pages of the same structure.
A couple of examples we've seen crop up include Yelp company pages, TikTok profiles, company profile pages on any online directory.
👆Quick tip: Why not test out mapping a list of profile URLs, mapping one profile page, and then pulling data from all the profiles at once straight into Clay?