July 1, 2024

How to Integrate Make.com with Google Sheets

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Integrating Make.com (formerly Integromat) with Google Sheets can streamline your workflow and automate your data management. Make.com is a powerful online automation tool that can connect to various apps and services, allowing you to create complex integrations without writing any code. Here's a simple guide on how to integrate Make.com with Google Sheets:

Step 1: Sign up for Make.com

If you haven't already, sign up for a Make.com account at their website. Follow the registration process to create your new account.

Step 2: Create a New Scenario

After logging in, navigate to the Dashboard and click the "Create a new scenario" button. Scenarios are automation workflows that you can customize according to your needs.

Step 3: Select Google Sheets as a Service

You'll be prompted to choose the apps and services you want to integrate. In the search bar, type "Google Sheets" and select it from the list. You may have to connect your Google account by allowing Make.com access to your Google Sheets data. Complete the authorization steps as required.

Step 4: Choose a Google Sheets Trigger

A trigger is an event that starts the automation. For instance, you can choose "Watch Rows" if you want Make.com to act each time a new row is added to your spreadsheet. Configure the trigger by selecting the specific Google Sheet and worksheet you want to monitor.

Step 5: Add Additional Modules (Optional)

You can add more actions or services by clicking the plus (+) button between modules. This is where you can define what happens after the trigger. For example, you can add an action that sends an email each time a new row is added to your Google Sheet.

Step 6: Set up an Action

Actions are the tasks performed after a trigger occurs. For instance, if you want to add new rows to a Google Sheet, search for the "Add a Row" Google Sheets action and configure it by mapping the appropriate fields from the trigger or other previous modules.

Step 7: Test the Scenario

Before you turn on your scenario, it's crucial to test it to ensure it works as you expect. Click the "Run once" button to test. Check your Google Sheets to verify that the test performs as intended.

Step 8: Activate the Scenario

Once you've tested the scenario and confirmed it's working correctly, click the "Turn on" switch to activate it. Your scenario will now run automatically according to your configuration.

Step 9: Monitor Your Scenarios

Regularly check in on your scenarios to ensure they are running smoothly. You can view logs and manage your scenarios from the dashboard.

Integrating Make.com with Google Sheets simplifies repetitive tasks, saves time, and helps maintain data consistency across your applications. With automation set up, you can focus on the more strategic parts of your work.

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