Devart Connector for Google Workspace from Excel

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Connect to Google Workspace Directly from Excel

Connect Google Workspace from Excel Using Add-In

Devart Excel Add-in for Google Workspace allows you to connect Microsoft Excel to Google Workspace (formerly, Google Apps and later G Suite). It allows you to:
  • import Google Calendar data to Excel;
  • import Google Contacts data to Excel;
  • import Google Tasks data to Excel.
After import, you can instantly refresh data in an Excel workbook from Google Workspace, edit these data, and save them back to Google Workspace. Excel Add-in for Google Workspace enables you to work with Google Contacts, Events, Reminders, Tasks, and other objects like with usual Excel worksheets, easily perform data cleansing and de-duplication, and apply all the Excel's powerful data processing and analysis capabilities to these data.

Connect to Google Workspace Directly from Excel

To connect to Excel to Google Workspace you just need to click Web Login, log in to your Google account, and allow Devart Excel Add-ins to work with your Google Workspace data.

Connection information may optionally be stored in the Excel file, or you may reenter it whenever necessary.

Use Query Builder or SQL to Import Data You Need

Visual Query Builder allows you to choose a table to import data from, select the columns from this table and related tables, and set filter conditions and data ordering options visually. If you need to select data more precisely, you can use SQL to select data you need.

Devart Excel Add-in for Google Workspace provides advanced SQL support for Google Workspace, and allows you to use complex SQL queries to get exactly the data you need.

Before finally importing data you can preview data and verify the query in a Data Preview window.

Instantly Refresh Data Whenever You Need

It's very convenient to always have fresh data from Google Workspace right in your workbook. Imagine, you have performed data analysis in your Excel workbook, built some charts for your Google Workspace data, and you can re-read data from the source and update all this to the current state by just clicking a button on the ribbon whenever you need.

Edit Google Workspace Data Like Usual Excel Spreadsheets

To edit Google Workspace data in Excel you need just to click the Edit Mode button on the ribbon before editing, and then you can edit data just like you usually do it - add or delete rows, modify cell values, etc. All the changes are highlighted so you can easily see which data is changed.

After you finish editing, simply click Commit to write changes to Google Workspace or Rollback to cancel changes

Instant Data Validation

Devart Excel Add-in for Google Workspace instantly validates entered data and highlights errors, such as incorrect dates, duplicate primary key values, etc.

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