Why import JSON to Excel
Create live-updating dashboards in Excel or Power BI
Pull JSON data from your app’s web API and load the converted data to Excel in an easy way. Automate the data refresh on a custom schedule to build live-updating dashboards in Excel and Power BI. Forget about Power Query or other complex solutions for integrating JSON to Excel Online.
Connect Excel Workbooks to JSON API
Get data from the web API of your application to your workbooks at regular intervals. Set up a connection between your Excel file and a JSON API with a few clicks rather than code lines. Export metadata, custom fields, and other implicit records to your workbooks automatically. Schedule the desired data refresh to keep your data up to date.
Make a data repository in Excel
Export JSON data to Excel from APIs to always have it accessible and shareable with the stakeholders. Create a data repository in Excel, so you can easily manipulate your records and, if necessary, transfer them to any other data destination. Enjoy the data refresh on a schedule to automate the backing up of your information.
What data you can export JSON to Excel
Load statistics and miscellaneous public datasets from open data portals to Excel for analysis, visualization, or other manipulation purposes.
Get campaigns, surveys, and other raw data from your marketing platform such as ActiveCampaign or MailChimp to your workbook with the JSON to Excel integration. Create a historical data repository in Excel and analyze your results in the most powerful spreadsheet app.
Build Gannt charts and custom dashboards in Excel based on the data exported from project management apps, such as Trello, Pivotal Tracker, Asana, and others.
Export invoices, orders, listings, and other sales data from your online store or marketplace like Shopify to Excel for analysis, backup, or any other manipulation purpose.
Analyze employee utilization and other time-based metrics using the data imported from Harvest, Toggl, or another time tracking app to Excel.
Access the implicit data such as line items, metadata, and other information retrievable via a JSON API, but not available for manual export. Connect JSON to Excel online with a few clicks and automate data transfer at the required frequency.
How to pull JSON data to Excel
Step 1. Select JSON as a source app5 seconds
Step 2. Specify the JSON URL to import data from15 seconds
Step 3. Configure the connection to the JSON API and the query using the optional parameters2 minutes
Step 4. Select Excel as a source app, connect your Microsoft account, and select the workbook and worksheet to pull JSON data to2 minutes
Step 5. Set up a frequency for data refresh20 seconds
Step 6. Launch the JSON to Excel integration5 seconds
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