Add rows on Google Sheets with data parsed from new PDF documents by Docparser

The faster you can process and record important information, the more time you have for other work. Zapier can save you the trouble of pulling info out of PDF documents yourself, using this automation between Google Sheets and Docparser. Whenever new information is parsed out of uploaded documents on Docparser, every field you want will be sent to Google Sheets, and a new row will be created for each result as per your parsing rules, keeping a perfect record with no effort on your part.

Note: This Zap will trigger once per document if you're only parsing for single data points, or once per row if you're parsing for tabular data.

How this Docparser-Google Sheets integration works

  1. Docparser parses new data fields from a PDF document
  2. Zapier creates a new row in your Google Spreadsheet with parsed data

Apps involved

  • Docparser
  • Google Sheets
Add rows on Google Sheets with data parsed from new PDF documents by Docparser
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Docparser converts your PDF documents into structured and easy-to-handle data. With Docparser you can pull out specific data fields (e.g. Purchase Order Number, Date, Shipping Address, ...) and tabular data from your documents.

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Google Sheets is the new Google Spreadsheets software. Google Sheets is available on all your devices and has all the features you come to expect from spreadsheet software. Sheets also allows you to collaborate with others in real time.

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