Connect QuickBooks to Google Sheets with a few clicks

Import accounting data and reports from QuickBooks to Google Sheets on a set schedule, with no coding required.

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Why connect QuickBooks to Google Sheets

Automate reporting in Google Sheets

Link QuickBooks to Google Sheets to enable fresh data flow at any point in time. Build an automatically updating dashboard to monitor overdue invoices. Import information to build a forecast that is based only on the latest information. Save time and effort by automating your invoice reconciliation process in Google Sheets, and more!

Share accounting and reports data with stakeholders

Share your QuickBooks Profit and Loss report with stakeholders for budget collaboration! Simplify numerous workflows by letting your teammates and clients review important for them data, leave comments, add extra information, and generate new dashboards and reports without providing these users with access to all your accounting information.

Combine QuickBooks data with insights from other apps

Pull your QuickBooks accounting or reports data to Google Sheets and blend it with information from HubSpot, Airtable, Shopify, Clockify, and other systems. Create powerful dashboards that will bring extra visibility and benefit the whole team. As a result, get the most comprehensive overview of your business that you can rely on in just a few clicks.

What data to pull from QuickBooks to Google Sheets

01. Raw accounting data

Export QuickBooks accounting data, including Transactions, Customers, Invoices, Payments, Employees, and other information to create informative reports. Use macro to specify the running period to pull your financial information for. Visualize this information by linking it to Google Data Studio and other BI tools. Share the outcomes with your team and find ways to improve your reporting!

02. Financial reports

Export QuickBooks reports, including Balance Sheet, Income Statement, Cash Flow, Profit and Loss, Aging Receivables, and more to get the necessary insights and customize your reporting according to your company’s needs. Export QuickBooks Cash Flow report to Google Sheets to build an auto-updating Cash Flow forecast, and more!

Connect QuickBooks to Google Sheets using

Enjoy a seamless and efficient solution to integrate QuickBooks and Google Sheets in just a few simple steps with zero technical skills required. Automate your reporting and analytical dataflows using collect, merge, preview, transform, and filter data from QuickBooks before loading it to Google Sheets. Configure the desired schedule for the automatic data refresh that can be run from every month to every 15 minutes!

Get a one-stop solution to make data-driven decisions and drive the business forward. Use the out-of-the-box expert service to amplify your data analytics and workflow automation. Build bespoke data analytics dashboards to track your business metrics and see the holistic picture of your business.

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How to integrate QuickBooks with Google Sheets

  1. Select your data source and destination image
    Select your data source and destination (5 seconds)

    Select QuickBooks among numerous other sources to import data and Google Sheets as a destination to store and analyze data.

  2. Pick a data entity to export image
    Pick a data entity to export (10 seconds)

    Pick the specific data entity you want to export from QuickBooks. It could be anything ranging from contacts and deals to tickets and live product catalogs.

  3. Preview, transform & filter data image
    Preview, transform & filter data (2 minutes)

    Specify filter criteria and configure the data destination. Preview the results and make adjustments if needed, right in

  4. Set a schedule for data refreshes image
    Set a schedule for data refreshes (10 seconds)

    Set up a schedule for data refreshes so you always have the most up-to-date information (as often as every 15 minutes).

How to connect QuickBooks to Google Sheets?

QuickBooks stands as the ultimate comprehensive solution for managing accounting and finance tasks. However, despite its extensive capabilities, many seasoned accountants still find value in complementing this software with a reliable spreadsheet. By connecting QuickBooks to Google Sheets, you can unlock a whole new level of efficiency in your financial management processes. The integration empowers you to effortlessly transfer and organize data, perform complex calculations, create dynamic reports, and collaborate with team members in real time.

Whether you are a small business owner, a freelance accountant, or a financial professional working in a large corporation, the QuickBooks to Google Sheets integration offers immense benefits. Say goodbye to manual data entry and tedious copy-pasting between platforms. With, you can streamline your workflow and focus your valuable time and expertise on more strategic financial analysis and decision-making. Let's review how to export QuickBooks to Google Sheets without coding step by step.

Step 1: Register account
Register your account. To connect QuickBooks to Google Sheets integration, you can use two options. The first one is to use our web version. You can register a new account using your Google, Microsoft, or Xero account and email and password.

The second option is add-on, which works directly from Google Sheets. You can find on the G Suite Marketplace or install it from the Add-ons menu in your spreadsheet.
Step 2: Set up QuickBooks as a Source
You’ll need to set up a QuickBooks importer to pull data from QuickBooks. To do it, click the Add Importer button and pick QuickBooks or QuickBooks Reports from the list of sources, depending on what you want to export.

Next, connect your QuickBooks account to Our app will need access to view your QuickBooks data.
Set up Quickbooks as a Source allows you to choose various data entities to import. Choose the category: Account, Attachable, Bill, Bill Payment, Budget, Class, Company Info, Credit Memo, Customer, Department, Deposit, Employee, Estimate, Exchange Rate, Invoice Item, Journal Entry, Journal Code, Payment, Payment Method, Preferences, Purchase, Purchase Order, Refund Receipt, Sales Receipt, Tax Agency, Tax Code, Tax Rate, Term, Time Activity, Transfer, Vendor, or Vendor Credit.

Optionally, choose the reporting period and how the data should be grouped. For example, the former can be very useful to see the balance sheet for each vendor, customer, or department. While connecting QuickBooks to Google Sheets, you can also choose some optional settings.
  • Where – Specify a guided query against the chosen entity to retrieve a filtered set of elements.
  • Order – Use data query to retrieve elements in ascending or descending order. For example, to retrieve data in descending order by email address.
  • Split By – Use this parameter to split data with multiple lines into separate rows. For example, an invoice may have several line items, which will be returned in a single row at a regular data import.
Once all parameters are set, go to the next step to connect QuickBooks to Google Sheets.
Step 3. Select Google Sheets as a Destination offers four options for destinations to store data, including Google Sheets, Excel, BigQuery, and Looker Studio. To connect QuickBooks to Google Sheets, choose Google Sheets as a destination and connect your Google account to our app.
Now select where to store your data from QuickBooks. You can choose one of the existing sheets, create a new one, and then import data. Optionally, you can adjust several other parameters.
  • Specify the first cell where to import your data range. If your destination sheet has formulas, keep them on the left side of your imported data set.
  • Select Import mode. You can fully replace all previously imported data with the latest information available in your data source or place newly imported data under previously imported entries.
Select Google Sheets as a Destination
Step 4. Preview and Transform your data
Unlike other solutions, allows you to view the results of your import immediately within the application interface. Furthermore, you can adjust the data immediately to obtain the precise desired result. Thanks to our built-in module, you can perform a total of four different actions:
  • Preview data – check if the data you need to extract loads correctly before exporting it.
  • Manage columns – hide the columns you don't want to export from QuickBooks to Google Sheets, add new columns, rename and reorder them, change their type, and merge information from several columns into one.
  • Filter data – extract only the needed data based on various criteria. To do so, you must select the column containing the filtering criterion (for example, status) and specify the desired value.
  • Perform calculations – you can calculate new metrics based on your data directly within's interface. All you need to do is add a new column and provide a calculation formula.
Preview and Transform your data your QuickBooks data
Step 5. Schedule
Finally, configure the schedule for automatic data imports. With you can schedule QuickBooks Google Sheets exports at a custom frequency, up to every 15 minutes. To do this, toggle on the Automatic data refresh and customize the schedule:
  • Interval (from 15 minutes to once per month)
  • Days of the week
  • Time preferences
  • Time zone
Click Save and Run once you're ready. After the successful import, you can check your spreadsheet with the exported QuickBooks data by clicking the View Results button.
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Following our instructions will take up to 5 minutes to connect QuickBooks to Google Sheets. Moreover, you don't need to know coding or any specific syntax. If specific settings raise additional questions, you can always find answers in our help center.

Why use to sync QuickBooks to Google Sheets

As a finance and accounting professional or a business owner who manages finances for your company, you are likely to perform lots of routine tasks. can help you automate reporting by allowing you to set up QuickBooks to Google Sheets integration in the blink of an eye. From now on, you can pull data to Google Sheets and customize the layout of your reports there, or connect this information to Google Data Studio, Tableau, or any other visualization tool.

Concentrate on your duties while does the rest. Rely on it to ensure that all your financials, as well as graphs and charts, get updated automatically, on a schedule.

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