Use Zapier to automatically update your Firebase application records from new Google Sheets spreadsheet rows. Include the Firebase application path to a child record in your Google Sheets spreadsheet row and Zapier can update the child record with other data saved to the row.
Once you set up this integration, new Google Sheets rows added from that point forward are individually processed as updates to the associated Firebase application record.
How It Works
- A new row is added to a Google Sheets row
- Zapier uses the row data to update a record in your Firebase application
What You Need
- A Google Sheets account
- A Firebase application
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