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How to Integrate with Google Sheets (Zapier)
How to Integrate with Google Sheets (Zapier)
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Written by Andy Kostenko
Updated over a week ago

Google Sheets is an instrument for creating tables, charts and graphs. The advantage is that you may share a document for joint usage with your colleagues.

Note: Google Sheet is a handy way to view all the changes that have occurred in document. & Google Sheets Zap creates short links for the long URLs in the rows. If somebody edits an existed long link or adds a new one, a short link will be created with the changes.

One more way to use & Google Sheets Zap is for bulk link creation. Turn on a Zap and paste a list of long links to the sheet. A list of shortened links will appear in your account.

Note: To configure this Zap, you need to have at least a one long link in a Google Sheet row.

Straight to the video guide or follow the instruction.

1. Go to Zapier.

2. Choose Make a Zap.


3. Search for Google Sheets and click its icon.


4. Choose "New or Updated Spreadsheet Row" event. Continue.


5. Connect your Google Sheets account. When you click connect, you need to log into Google account.


6. When your account is on, continue.

7. Fill in necessary fields. Continue.


8. Pick a sample of the row to test.

9. Now you need to add an action. Search for and click its icon.


10. Choose the action and continue.

11. If you configure this Zap for the first time, you need to connect account.


13. Open User Menu.

14. Choose the "Integrations & API" tab.


15. Click Create API key.

Choose the domain or team, and click Create.

Copy your Secret API key by clicking the marked icon.

16. Paste API key to connect account. Continue.


17. When account is on, continue.

18. Fill in necessary fields to send a short link. Continue.


19. Send a test to make sure you've made a correct setup.

Important: Turn on your Zap.

Video Guide

The video guide helps to correctly customize the & Google Sheets Zap .

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