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Google Sheets

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Integration Service Connector

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Summary

Summary


Overview

Overview

Google Sheets is a powerful tool that allows you to manipulate data using your preferred programming language, such as Java, JavaScript, Python and more.

First you need to establish a secure connection to your Google Sheets instance, and you can find more information about this process on the Google Sheets authentication page.

Events in Google Sheets can be accessed via polling, and you can learn more about the events supported by the Google Sheets connector on the Google Sheets events page.

You can leverage the connection to enable Google Sheets activities from the Google Workspace activity package in UiPath Studio. This allows you to automate tasks that involve creating, reading, updating, and deleting data in your Google Sheets objects.

The UiPath connector is compatible with Google Sheets API v4, and you can refer to the Google Sheets documentation platform to learn more about the functionalities and features of the API.

By using Google Sheets in conjunction with UiPath Studio, you can seamlessly integrate Google Sheets into your automation workflows and effectively interact with your data, making your automation processes more efficient and streamlined.

Features

Features

Google Sheets is a web-based spreadsheet program that is part of Google Docs Editors suite, alongside Google Docs, Google Slides, and Google Forms. It provides a variety of features for creating, managing, and analyzing data in spreadsheet format. 
One of its key functionalities is the ability to create and manage data in spreadsheets and CSV files. Users can:
  • create new spreadsheets from scratch.
  • import data from external sources.
  • upload existing spreadsheets in CSV format.
  • sort and filter data.
  • collaborate by granting different levels of access, such as view-only, comment-only, or edit access, to specific users or groups of users
  • manipulate data with the help of their preferred programming languages, including Java, JavaScript, and Python.

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