Re-uploading data into Anna is a simple process. Anna remembers the original selections you made when confirming fields, so you only have to go through this process once. 

If you’re simply adding new rows of data to your dataset (for example, to include additional time periods), you won’t need to waste time re-selecting all your original field choices.

In addition, if you're adding new columns of data into Anna, Anna identifies and will clearly flag this to you, so that it's easy to see what's new.

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