Google Sheets Integration
Build custom charts, reports, and dashboards using our pre-built Google Sheets connector. Visualize all your data, no code required.
Google Sheets Integration
Our Google Sheet integration works in seconds, no API keys or code required. Get started today for free.
Create Charts from Sheets
Create interactive charts from any of the data found in a Google Sheet – now that's powerful!
Build Reports from Sheets
Build custom reports from data in Google Sheets. Visualize data from finance, sales, marketing, and more.
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Getting started with Google Sheets integration
With Sheets, you can collaborate with multiple colleagues in real-time. The result is that Google Sheets accommodates almost any situation – including handling finance data, accounting data, marketing data, sales data, customer support data, product feedback, and more.
Alluxo improves Google Sheets by adding a powerful chart and dashboard builder that is easy to use. Instead of trying to create manual charts, we can empower users to build interactive charts that stay updated even when new data is added to Google Sheets.
Example Google Sheets dashboards
Our Google Sheets connector allows anyone to build powerful dashboards from the data found in their Google Sheets. We ask you to define the following information:
- The name of the spreadsheet
- The specific tab within the spreadsheet
- The cell ranges for the X axis (horizontal data)
- The cell ranges for the Y axis (vertical data)
If you can answer these simple questions, then you are ready to build a chart in Alluxo – and combine multiple charts to build a dashboard!
As an added benefit, if you set up your data correctly, then Alluxo will automatically update when new data is added to your sheet! Let's take a closer look. Let's say your data is organized with labels in the first row and then data in all of the rows beneath.
The correct way to set the X Axis Label would be to select the first row and first column (A1). If your data was underneath, you would want to select from Cell A2 all the way down to the end of your data, say, A50. However, if you want to accommodate for more data in the future, you would select A2:A.
This syntax (X Axis Label = A1, X Axis Data = A2:A) would allow you to add an infinite number of data values in Column A, and Alluxo would keep updating as new data was populated!
We can also accommodate data that is arranged horizontally, and added to the right of the existing dataset: X Axis Label = A1, X Axis Data = B1:1.