Connecting Spreadsheet.com to Zapier

Connecting Spreadsheet.com to Zapier allows you to connect your workbooks to over 4,000 third-party applications like Salesforce and Jira.

How to Connect Your Spreadsheet.com Account to Zapier

From your Spreadsheet.com workspace, click on your profile icon in the top right corner of the screen and select “Personal settings” from the dropdown menu.

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Within the Personal settings dialog, select “API keys” from the upper menu bar. The API keys dialog shows all API keys that you have generated to connect your Spreadsheet.com account with other third-party applications. Click on the blue Generate API key button in the top right corner of the dialog and name your new key when prompted.

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When the new key is created, you must copy it and should save it elsewhere, as Spreadsheet.com will not be able to show the key again for security purposes.

Once you’ve copied your API key, login to your Zapier account on Zapier.com and select My Apps from the menu on the left hand side of your home page. From there, click on the blue Add connection button in the top right corner of the screen and search for Spreadsheet.com when prompted.

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When you select Spreadsheet.com from the list of apps, Zapier will prompt you to enter your API key. Once you enter your API key and click on the Yes, Continue button, your Spreadsheet.com and Zapier accounts will be connected and you can begin setting up your Zaps.

You can make sure your Spreadsheet.com account has been connected properly by returning to the My Apps screen and verifying that Spreadsheet.com appears in your list of connected apps.

Creating and Managing Zaps

Once you’ve connected your Spreadsheet.com account with Zapier, you can manage your Zaps from your account on Zapier.com. From your Zapier.com home page, select Zaps from the menu on the left hand side of the page to view all of your existing Zaps. You can also see a record of every time your Zaps have run by selecting Zap History from the same menu.

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Getting Started

You can use the embedded Zaps below to quickly get started with some popular integrations. If you want to start creating your own Zaps from scratch, check out our article on Creating a New Zap.

Learn more about Zapier in our Introduction to Zapier, or check out some Featured Zapier Integrations to start building your own Zaps.