Let’s assume that you want to export mysql data from your database into spreadsheets because you think your marketing colleagues would better cope with the familiar excel format or you might want to create reports that contain both information from other tools and internal database data.
You’ve come to the right place, one easy way to connect MySQL to Google Sheets is KPIBees. There’s no need to write code or Google Apps Script! The Add-on can be installed and you can connect spreadsheets to your mysql database in just a few clicks – no other setup needed!
With the KPIBees Add-on, you can integrate MySQL with Google Sheets and bring your data into excel format in no-time! It works in a very simple way, you define your mysql queries and save them to your desired spreadsheet cells. Afterward, you can set refresh triggers that will automatically bring updated database data to your spreadsheet so you have an updated version every time you come back!
Export MySQL query to Google Sheets
To get started, please follow the next steps:
Step 1: Install the KPIBees Gsuite Marketplace Sheets Add-on.
Step 2: Grant access to KPIBees to your Google account. Don’t worry, we’re 100% GDPR compliant!
Step 3: Access the add-on in any of your spreadsheets by going to the Add-ons toolbar.