Oftentimes useful information is stored in spreadsheets, because they are convenient and perfect for small projects. Small projects have a tendency to grow though, and at some point it's useful to extract all that data and put it in other, more appropriate systems. Other times, it is just quicker to use a spreadsheet like Google Sheets to capture information (perhaps from Google Forms), but you would like to process it and make it available in other systems. There are a couple of ways of achieving this, including manual data capture, or building some custom integration code.
With Synatic, there is now another way - Synatic has added a Google Sheets connector to our fast expanding list of integrations. It's now simpler than ever to work with Google Sheets, and integrate them into your systems. By using Synatic, you also get a whole lot more powerful production grade features like logging, auditing, security and more, by default, with a fraction of the effort of writing traditional code.
We've also put together a short tutorial on our new Google Sheet connector. Watch our example on how to create a new Flow in Synatic to extract data from a Google Sheet to a Sql Server database.
Our Google Sheet integration is available immediately to all customers. To learn more about Synatic, or to sign up, visit https://www.synatic.com