Google Sheets allows you to connect to external data sources and import data using data connectors. Here’s how to use data connectors in Google Sheets:
- Click the “Data” dropdown in the toolbar, then select “Data connectors.”
- In the “Data connectors” dialog, browse through the available connectors or use the search bar to find the connector you want to use.
- Click on the connector to open its settings.
- Follow the prompts to authenticate and connect to the data source. This may involve entering login credentials or granting access to your Google account.
- Once the connection is established, you can use the connector to import data into your sheet. For example, you might use a connector to import stock prices, weather data, or data from a database.
- When you are finished, click “Done” to close the “Data connectors” dialog.
Data connectors are a powerful tool for importing data into Google Sheets. They allow you to bring in data from a wide variety of sources, including websites, databases, and other online services. Keep in mind that the available connectors and their capabilities may vary depending on your location and the data sources you want to access.