shipcloud is the shipping service provider and represents a new generation in package shipping. A cloud-based service, it enables small and medium-sized online vendors to work easily and efficiently with all major shipping providers.
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.Google Sheets Integrations
Shipcloud + Google SheetsCreate Spreadsheet Row to Google Sheets from New Shipment Status in Shipcloud Read More...
Shipcloud + Google SheetsUpdate Spreadsheet Row in Google Sheets when New Shipment Status is created in Shipcloud Read More...
Shipcloud + Google SheetsShare Sheet in Google Sheets when New Shipment Status is created in Shipcloud Read More...
Google Sheets + ShipcloudCreate Shipment to Shipcloud from New or Updated Spreadsheet Row in Google Sheets Read More...
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Triggers when a status for a shipment has been reached.
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.
Adding this action into your Connect will create a real shipment. To avoid being charged you can use your sandbox key for creating the connect and switch to the live api key once everything works fine.
Creates a new shipment quote.
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.
Introduction. Shipcloud is a 3rd party shipping API. Google Sheets is a free, web-based spreadsheet app that can be used to manage inventory and automate tasks. By integrating Shipcloud with Google Sheets, merchants can now use a simple spreadsheet to manage inventory and automatically update their inventory levels in Shipcloud. Benefits include the ability to:
Track your inventory in one location Manage your inventory across multiple channels Automate shipping with UPS, USPS and others
Shipcloud is an API for e-commerce. Merchants can integrate Shipcloud with their existing e-commerce platform or use Shipcloud as their e-commerce engine. Using Shipcloud’s API, merchants can automate tasks such as updating inventory levels of products, shipping orders, receiving payments, and more. Integrating Shipcloud with Google Sheets allows merchants using Google Sheets to automate their inventory management.
Google Sheets is a web-based spreadsheet app that can be used to store data and perform calculations. It offers rich analytics tops that can be used to analyze data. Using Google Sheets, merchants can create inventories of their products and then let Google Sheets manage their inventory levels. When a customer orders a product, Google Sheets creates a shipment request in Shipcloud. The merchant can then easily fulfill the order by pulling the product from the warehouse shelf and creating a shipment request in Shipcloud.
Integration of Shipcloud and Google Sheets will allow merchants to use a simple spreadsheet to:
Track products in one location Manage their inventory across multiple channels Automate shipping with UPS, USPS and others
Integrating Shipcloud and Google Sheets is easy using the steps below:
Step 1. Create a new Google Sheet or use an existing one. Step 2. Open the Google Sheet by going to drive.google.com/drive/my-drive/my-spreadsheetsew/sheet1 (replace my-spreadsheets with your own. Step 3. Select Tops > Script Editor. You should see the screen below. Step 4. Copy the code from here into the script editor (the code is highlighted in yellow. Step 5. Save it as an new file in the same fpder as your spreadsheet (the name of the file should match the name of the sheet. Step 6. Open the sheet and go to Tops > Script Editor. Use the dropdown menu on the left to select “Google Apps Script” as shown below. Step 7. In the left panel click on “Resources” and then click on “Current project’s triggers” as shown below. Step 8. Make sure “On edit” is selected and then click “Save” as shown below. Step 9. Now anytime you open this sheet you should see a button that says “Automate” (as shown below). Step 10. Click on the “Automate” button and you should see this screen. Step 11. Choose “Get Started” and your script should load. Click “Run” and you should see this screen (it may take a couple seconds to populate). Step 12. That’s it! The integration has been created! You can now use this code to update your inventory levels with every change you make to your spreadsheet.
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