Google Spreadsheet Connector UI Setup Guide

Step 1: Select google spreadsheets connector

  • From the main menu, click on Add connector
  • Select Google Spreadsheets connector from dropdown list

  • Click on sign-up with Google

Step 2: Authorize auth token access

By connecting your account, an auth token will be prepared for the connector to use. The Google Spreadsheets connector requires this auth token to collect data.

  • Grant permission to view

  • Choose an account

  • Confirm your choice by clicking Allow

Step 3. Configure connector parameters

  • Input connector name against slice name. Note that this name cannot be changed later.
  • Choose the destination warehouse

  • Form inputs
    • Schedule : Should be in cron format
    • Copy options : Add the copy options (For more information visit Redshift documentation, Snowflake documentation)
    • Truncate target table : Check the option if the destination warehouse is expected to have the latest data only
    • Notification email (optional) : Input the email address to send notifications

Step 4: Add loadunit

  • Click on Add a loadunit and provide the below information

  • Loadunit Name - this is the output table in the data warehouse
  • Spreadsheet Name - located at the bottom of the screen

  • Spreadsheet Id - located within the URL

    Note that the id lies in between d/ and /edit of the url

  • Column Ranges - Comma separated ranges of columns (data only) to fetch, expressed in A1 notation. Ex: A1:1
  • Header Row- Comma separated ranges in which columns headers are located, expressed in A1 notation. Ex: A2:H

Then click Add Connector.

Connector Activated

You have successfully added the connector once you have landed on the below page.


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