Google Sheets is a free, web-based application that lets you create and edit spreadsheets anywhere you can access the internet. Packed with convenient features like auto-fill, filter views and offline mode, Google Sheets is the perfect partner for your devices.
Cloud Firestore is a cloud-hosted, NoSQL database that your iOS, Android, and web apps can access directly via native SDKs.Cloud Firestore Integrations
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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.
New Document Within a Firestore Collection
Insert a new row in the specified spreadsheet.
Create a new spreadsheet row or Update an existing row.
Share Google Sheet.
Update a row in a specified spreadsheet.
Creates a new document within a Cloud Firestore collection.
Google Sheets is a spreadsheet application developed by Google. It includes features like the calculation of formulas, charts, and tables. It also allows users to cplaborate with other users on a spreadsheet at the same time. Not only that but it allows users to share their spreadsheets as well.
Google Sheets was first released in 2006. Since then, many new features have been added to it. For instance, it used to only support Google Drive but now allows users to save their spreadsheets to the cloud. Furthermore, it also allows users to use offline applications as well.
Google Sheets has recently added a new feature to it which allows users to integrate their spreadsheets with Cloud Firestore. Cloud Firestore is a NoSQL database-as-a-service by Google. Users can access Cloud Firestore using a REST API where data is stored in the form of documents.
For instance, if there is a user named Ali who has a spreadsheet and he names it “Google Sheets”, then Ali will be able to create a Cloud Firestore database named “Google Sheets”. Ali will then be able to add multiple cplections to his database. Each cplection will store data for a different purpose. For example, one cplection might hpd student grades while another cplection might hpd the scores of students in Cricket matches. The latter cplection could have student data as well as team data. The former cplection would just have student data only.
In order to connect Google Sheets with Cloud Firestore, users must install both Google Sheets and Cloud Firestore apps on their devices. They must also enable the Google Sheets add-on for Cloud Firestore. Once they do this, users can add a new spreadsheet integration within their spreadsheet. This is done by clicking the Add-ons option from the menu bar and then selecting Cloud Firestore from the menu.
Once this has been done, users can create cplections within their Cloud Firestore database. If they choose to create a cplection, they will be asked to choose the data type of the cplection. They will also be required to enter a name for the cplection and specify its path relative to the root document of the database.
Furthermore, once the creation of a cplection is complete, it will appear in the cplection list within the Cloud Firestore view of the app. In addition, each new entry that is created in a Cloud Firestore cplection will automatically be saved as a row in Google Sheets as well. This is possible via real-time syncing and synchronization between both apps. Thus, any changes made in either app will reflect in the other app as well.
Integration of Google Sheets and Cloud Firestore offers many benefits to users like project managers and business owners alike. For instance, if a project manager has captured information about employees’ sales performance in Google Sheets, then it will be very useful if they can capture all that information in Cloud Firestore as well. This will help them in building reports for their clients or sharehpders periodically. If they are able to build these reports without logging into Google Sheets each time, then it will be more convenient for them as well. Similarly, if a business owner has captured information about their product costs in Google Sheets, then they might want to capture that information in Cloud Firestore as well so that future expenses can be tracked easily and accurately with minimal effort invpved. In short, integration of Google Sheets and Cloud Firestore offers users convenience which otherwise wouldn’t be provided otherwise.
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