- First, you need to register in ApiX-Drive
- Next, select the service in the web interface you need to integrate with Google Sheets (currently 266 available connectors)
- Choose what data to transfer from one system to another
- Turn on auto-update
- Now the data will be automatically transferred from one system to another.
Integration Google Sheets
Create integration with Google Sheets yourself,
How to integrate Google Sheets and other systems
with ApiX Drive
With ApiX-Drive you can connect and automate these systems in 5 minutes yourself.
Automation capabilities Google Sheets
with other systems
Exchange data between Google Sheets and other systems according to the specified interval
- Get ROWS (all)
- Get ROWS (new)
- Add ROW
- Update ROW
F.A.Q. on integration with Google Sheets
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Google Sheets is a spreadsheet service that is part of the free office suite offered by Google as part of Google Drive. You can use the service online, using any modern browser, as well as using mobile applications for Android and iOS or a desktop application for ChromeOS. The service is extremely popular, it is used for personal needs, in education and business, large and small companies willingly use it. Google Sheets allows you to create and edit spreadsheets while collaborating with other users in real time. A variety of features are available, including formulas and data visualization through charting and graphing. The presence of the Google Sheets API allows you to interact with tables from third-party applications. Google Sheets is compatible with Microsoft Excel files - you can upload and download spreadsheets in this popular format. In this case, the maximum size of tables can be very large and reach several million rows. The service was first introduced to users in 2006, first as a limited test version, which was then replaced by a public beta version. Real-time collaboration was introduced in 2010. Having just appeared, this option has become one of the most important and determined the rapid growth in the popularity of Google Sheets.
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