Add new Google Sheets spreadsheet rows to Firebase as new records

Using a Google Sheets spreadsheet is the quick and easy way to collate contact data from different sources. Zapier can automatically add this data into your Firebase application as you capture the data. You must have a row of column headers and at least one entry in your spreadsheet when you set up the integration. So to get started, simply create a spreadsheet with a row of column headings to match your data needs, and at least one row of data.

Once you set up this integration, new Google Sheet spreadsheet rows added from that point forward are individually added to your Firebase application as new records.

Note: This Zapier integration doesn't create Firebase records from Google Sheets spreadsheet rows that already exist in the spreadsheet, only rows added to the bottom of the spreadhsheet after you've set it up.

How It Works

  1. A new spreadsheet row is added to the bottom of the Google Sheets spreadsheet
  2. Zapier adds the data in that row to Firebase as a new record

What You Need

  • A Google Apps account
  • A Firebase application
Add new Google Sheets spreadsheet rows to Firebase as new records
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