Why import Harvest data to Google Sheets
Share reports with stakeholders
Extract Harvest data to Google Sheets for reporting goals. Build custom reports and dashboards based on the invoices, customers, time entries, and other records exported from Harvest. Synchronize Harvest with Google Sheets to make sure that your reports are up to date. Share reports with teammates, managers, and other stakeholders.
Analyze resource utilization or other metrics
Monitor the workload of your team members or employees by exporting time entries from Harvest. Track the utilization rate and other essential metrics to maintain the healthy utilization of your staff. Enjoy Google Sheets as a powerful spreadsheet app for analysis of your Harvest data.
Combine with the data exported from other tools
Export your Harvest data to Google Sheets, where you can blend it with the records exported from Xero, QuickBooks, and other tools. Track customer debt and other financial indicators by having all your data from different apps in one place. Use your CRM data to see which channel brought better projects and monitor sales and project analytics in Google Sheets with no additional development.
What data you can get with the Harvest to Google Sheets integration
Import your time entries that contain the hours tracked, invoices, projects, and clients associated with the time entry, billable rates, and many other types of time-based data.
Get a list of estimates with the total amount for the estimate, including any discounts and taxes, date and time when the estimate was created/sent/accepted/declined/updated, and other associated information.
Load your invoices from Harvest, including the total amount for the invoice with any discounts and taxes, the current status of the invoice, and many other essential records.
Retrieve the information about the billable or non-billable, active or archived projects, including the monetary budget, as well as budget in hours, in projects, the amount to be invoiced for the project, and many more.
Get the users data from Harvest to Google Sheets, including email addresses, users’ weekly capacity in seconds, billable and cost rates, and roles.
Obtain other valuable information from Harvest to Google Sheets that will help you analyze your progress. Get records associated with your tasks, company settings, clients’ data, roles, and details of your expenses.
How to connect Harvest to Google Sheets
Step 1. Select Harvest as a source application5 seconds
Step 2. Connect the Harvest account and specify the data entity to export30 seconds
Step 3. Select Google Sheets as a destination app, connect your Google account and select a spreadsheet and a sheet to load the data to1 minute
Step 4. Set up a schedule for data imports20 seconds
Step 5. Run the Harvest to Google Sheets integration5 seconds
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