Why connect MySQL to Excel
Perform analysis on automatically refreshed MySQL data
Perform quick and easy data analysis using Excel’s powerful features after you connect MySQL to Excel. Stop having to use complicated SQL queries to fetch or better understand your data and thus make it more accessible to not-so-tech-savvy people in your company. Leverage the familiar spreadsheet format in Excel to filter the data easily, summarize it using pivot tables, or perform different operations on it.
Reduce the number of people with access to your MySQL server
Export data from MySQL to Excel automatically on a schedule using a data integration that you only need to configure once. Remove the need to give out FILE privileges which could jeopardize the security of your MySQL data but are necessary for the manual route of getting MySQL data to Excel using a SELECT INTO OUTFILE statement. Let your team or other relevant people view or use your data in Excel through shareable spreadsheets without needing MySQL knowledge.
Make Excel the melting pot of data from different sources
Export MySQL to Excel and combine it with data pulled from other sources like BigQuery, Pipedrive, QuickBooks, and more. Build reports and dashboards, analyze or visualize the blended data using the various tools provided to you by Excel. Make sure that the latest data is exported regularly from MySQL by setting a schedule for the MySQL export to Excel. Use recent data from a range of sources to make the right business decisions.
What can you export from MySQL to Excel
Connect MySQL to Excel and export any table within your database. As the table data updates, make sure you have the most recent data by enabling automatic data refreshing done every week, day, hour, or at another frequency.
Export MySQL to Excel and have MySQL view data presented in the famous spreadsheet format. Make the spreadsheet shareable and let others transform and manipulate the data inside it, use it for reports, or however else they would like. Never worry about sharing out-of-date data by having it refreshed on a schedule.
How to export data from MySQL to Excel
Step 1. Select MySQL as a data source and Excel as a data destination10 seconds
Step 2. Establish a connection to your MySQL server1 minute
Step 3. Enter the database and table/view you want to export from30 seconds
Step 4. Connect to your Microsoft account and specify the Excel workbook for the data30 seconds
Step 5. Enable the automatic data refreshing feature and set a schedule for it15 seconds
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