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Automation has brought about a huge boost in productivity for businesses all across the world. Syncing your Google Sheets with apps you use frequently is a critical step towards business automation. Use Appy Pie’s Connect and integrate your Google Sheets with 1000+ popular apps in a matter of minutes without writing a single line of code. After setting this integration up, Appy Pie’s Connect will monitor changes in your Google Sheets and quickly relay the important data on to the other apps you use.
We have listed some of the most creative ways in which you can use Google Sheets to its maximum potential using Appy Pie's Connect:
Appy Pie’s Connect brings together Triggers (like "New Lead") and Actions (like "Create New Row") to complete an action in one app whenever a trigger occurs in another. This phenomenon is called “Connect” and these Connects help you automate repetitive tasks saving you the trouble of doing them manually.
Triggers once a new spreadsheet is created.
Triggered when a new row is added to the bottom of a spreadsheet.
Trigger when a new row is added or modified in a spreadsheet.
Insert a new row in the specified spreadsheet.
Share Google Sheet.
Update a row in a specified spreadsheet.
Searches row by a column and value. Returns the entire row if one is found.
To integrate Google Sheets at Appy Pie Connect, search and select the app from the app directory at Appy Pie Connect. Choose the service and press continue to move further ahead with the integration.
Click Connect an Account and login or select the Google Account (If already logged in) to integrate the desired account with Appy Pie Connect.
Appy Pie Connect will ask to grant permission to certain accesses in order to make the integration possible. After checking all the required accesses press Allow to move to the next step.
Appy Pie Connect will ask to reconfirm the account and press Continue to move further ahead.
Select the desired file from the dropdowns of Spreadsheet and worksheet and press Continue to complete the integration process.
In my Connect Google Sheet Trigger is not working.
If your Google sheet contains a blank row then that can be the reason for your trigger to stop as it is treated as the end of the file at Appy Pie Connect. Other possible causes can be:
Recheck all of these points, rectify and refresh your Connect to check if it works.
Errors _ 400: Request Writing Within Range
Such an error can be due to:
Renaming Column While Connect is Running
If you rename a column while the Connect is running, it will be unable to find the column or data gets missed. Thus, always rename while switching the Connect off. Once the changes are over, turn the Connect on to make it work properly.
An Unexpected Row(s) triggers too soon
Using “Updated Row” is best utilized when you want information to be added after the modification in “Any Column”. This will add the required information in a new row.
Thus, the same will also work if you add an empty row as it will be treated as “Update” by Appy Pie Connect. This can be removed by adding a filter in the connect that will stop the trigger to work for any empty row or column.
“New Row” Trigger
Adding data manually while “New Row” trigger is active can cause the data discrepancy in the information as the trigger may start working in between. Thus, it is best to use the trigger once all the data is entered and then start the “New Row” trigger. This will help you to complete the information part and make the connect work.
Trigger is not working on Updated Spreadsheet Row!
The Appy Pie Connect trigger once checked the row with all the information in columns will not check it repetitively, thus it recommended to add a complete new row with information in columns to make the trigger work.
Read Operation Timed Out SSLError
The error can also be flashed as:
ExternalHTTPSConnectionPool(host='sheets.googleapis.com', port=443): Read timed out.
This issue may occur if you are operating in a larger spreadsheet. Appy Pie Connect fetches the Google spreadsheets information through API calls, the large data cannot be processed and thus, can give this error.
This can be resolved by simplifying the Google Spreadsheets and distributing the data in different files. This will give the time to read the sheets and process triggers as well as actions in the Connect.
404 Not Found Error
Check for your spreadsheets and worksheet, try to connect with the Google Spreadsheets to make the Connect work.
400 Bad Request
This error can come due to any security conflict with the Google Spreadsheets. Check for any kind of “protection” or “lock” on the Google Spreadsheet, make sure to remove all such locks before starting the Connect.
When/How can I use Create Spreadsheet Row(s) (Including Line Item Support)
This can be used only for triggers that have line items, also:
We recommend to use Create Spreadsheet Row for non-line item triggers.
Column names and actual column header in Google sheets are not matching
This can happen if the first row of the spreadsheet and worksheet select is blank. Try to delete the first blank row and refresh the Connect.
Rows get inserted in the beginning of the Google sheet rather than end
This can be the result of:
Make Column A visible and give it a header to resolve the issues.
Duplicate Google Sheet are being created by Appy Pie Connect
If the spreadsheet is large and the Autoreplay is on, then this may happen. Try a new spreadsheet with less data.
Various businesses around the world use Google Sheets to stay organized and operate efficiently. Google Sheets can be used in many ways from storing data to tracking and analyzing it. The software lets you create multiple automated spreadsheet trackers and dashboards to help manage and analyze data. It helps businesses ultimately enhance their efficiency and effectiveness in a wide variety of processes.
Google Sheets can do various amazing things for your business. If you are already using Google Sheets and want to know more ways to get the best out of it, you are in the right place!
In this blog, we will help you learn how you can utilize Google Sheets the most. Here we will take you through various Google Sheets integrations that you can implement with your day-to-day applications and streamline your business processes in just a few clicks.
Here is the list of major Google Sheets integrations.
Slack is a popular team collaboration software that helps businesses communicate within their teams. The software can be integrated with multiple apps like Google Sheets and help businesses smoothen their workflows.
Integrating Slack with Google Sheets can help you send direct messages to specific users whenever any row in your spreadsheet gets updated. The integration allows you to save all your Slack conversations in a Google Sheets spreadsheet. With this integration, you can automate the process of sending a Slack message when a new row in your Google Sheets spreadsheet gets created.
Zoom is an excellent cloud-based video communication software that helps you combine video conferencing, online meetings, chat, and mobile collaboration. The software offers the best audio, video, and screen-sharing experience across multiple platforms, including Mac, Windows, iOS, Zoom Rooms, Android, Blackberry, and many more.
Integrating Google Sheets with Zoom helps you manage your Google Calendar events easily. The software automatically gets the information from Google Sheets and updates the existing events in your Google Calendar.
Google Drive is one of the leading cloud storage platforms that you can use to store all your files online and keep them synced with multiple devices at a time.
Integrating Google Sheets with Google Drive helps you automate your data storing process. With this integration, you can automatically create a folder in your Google Drive whenever a new row gets added to your Google Sheets spreadsheet. Another good thing about this integration is that you can customize these folder names as per your needs.
The integration also lets you save all your Google Sheets rows in the form of text files in Google Drive. A new row automatically gets added to your Google Sheets whenever a new folder gets created in your Google Drive.
Before we go ahead and learn about more Google Sheets integrations, let us first take a look at these statistics and understand the importance of Google Sheets for your business.
Shopify is a popular eCommerce platform that has everything you need to run and manage a successful online store. With the software, you can easily manage inventory, list products, collect payments, and even ship goods.
Integrating Google Sheets with Shopify helps you easily keep track of your sales and purchases. The integration helps you automatically create a new row in your Google Sheets spreadsheet for every new order placed.
Salesforce is one of the leading cloud-based customer relationship management platforms that you can use to efficiently establish a never-ending relationship with customers.
By integrating Salesforce with Google Sheets, you can automate multiple workflows in just a few clicks. With this integration, you can automatically pick the information from the row and send it to Salesforce, every time a row is added to your Google Sheets spreadsheet.
Gmail is an excellent web-based e-mail service provided for free by Google. Both individuals and businesses can use this email service with tasks and functions marked in the interface. The service allows you to send and receive emails and store them in free cloud storage forever if you want.
Integrating Google Sheets with your Gmail account can help you automate various processes in no time. You can send an automated email for any changes made to your spreadsheet. The integration also notifies you if a new row gets added to your Google Sheets spreadsheet.
Google Calendar is a leading web-based calendar service offered by Google. It helps businesses and individuals quickly schedule their upcoming meetings and events. With Google Calendar, you can share your schedule with your team members and colleagues automatically. The software is an excellent platform that helps you streamline your daily schedule.
Integrating Google Sheets with Google Calendar can help you keep track of your schedule. With this integration, you can automatically get your Google Calendar updated based on the rows created in your spreadsheet. The process works both ways. You can also remove the scheduled events automatically if the relevant row in the spreadsheet gets deleted.
If used right, Google Sheets can benefit you in various ways. All you need is excellent automation software to automate your workflows. Appy Pie Connect is the most recommended one. The best part about the software is that it allows you to automate all your business workflows without even using a single line of coding. You need no technical knowledge to be able to use this software.
If you want to know how workflow automation works and why you need it for your business, you can go through this post - Why your business needs workflow automation software?
Use Appy Pie Connect, integrate Google Sheets with the more than 150 applications based on your business requirement, and automate your business workflows today!