Integrate Google My Business with Google Sheets
About Google My Business
The Google My Business API allows you to manage your business locations on Google so that your customers can always find you, no matter what device they’re using.
About Google Sheets
Google Sheets is an online spreadsheet app that lets users create and format spreadsheets while simultaneously working with other people. Businesses can use Google Sheets to maintain data consistency across departments and to ensure that every member of their team is on the same page.
Popular Use Cases
Bring all your Google My Business data to Amazon Redshift
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Bring all your Google Sheets data to Amazon Redshift
Load your Google Sheets data to Google BigQuery
ETL all your Google Sheets data to Snowflake
Move your Google Sheets data to MySQL
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Google My Business's End Points
You can add admins to accounts or locations using just their Google account. That way, they can easily help manage your business.
In your Google accounts collection, you can list your account data, create an account, and update your accounts. This allows you to have full control over your business from one location.
Use the API to create and edit locations. Once they’re verified, these will help attract new customers and make your local business more visible over time.
Create metadata for an attribute. This contains display information for the attribute, including a localized name and a heading for grouping related attributes together.
A category allows you to describe what a business is. This will help you organize your Google My Business data over time.
Google Sheets's End Points
Use developer metadata to keep track of a location or an object in a spreadsheet. This can help you maintain data organization and clarity, even as you scale or continue to add new rows of information.
Create new spreadsheets, look up existing spreadsheets via spreadsheet ID, or get data on portions of a spreadsheet using filters. These functions can help you understand and consolidate your data for big-picture business insights.
Maintain full control over the values on your spreadsheet and add, clear, append, or update values as necessary. Use this flexibility to keep your data up-to-date and useful at all times.
Use sheets to copy a single sheet from a spreadsheet to another spreadsheet. This can be especially useful when you’re integrating data from various sources or reorganizing your data structure for analytics.