Why connect Shopify to Google Sheets
Get a real-time snapshot of warehouse inventory
Auto-import product titles, SKUs, stock quantities, and other data to spot sold-out and reserved items within your spreadsheet. Monitor inventory levels to maintain sufficient numbers of goods available for sale, as well as optimize your warehouse and storage costs.
Build auto-updating accurate sales forecasts
Create an automatically appending list of Shopify orders in Google Sheets and build a sales forecast based on past purchases. Use this data to budget your activities for the next periods, and plan for strategic moves to boost the performance of your business.
Blend Shopify data with tracking information
Pull Shopify order data to Google Sheets, add tracking numbers from your local carrier, and review their statuses for updates. Combine Shopify information with insights from QuickBooks for a better understanding of the weak and strong points of your business.
What data to pull from Shopify to Google Sheets
Export Shopify Customers including their first and last names, email addresses, shipping and billing information, and other data. Import this information into an email sending system or match it with order details, send instructions to a shipping company, and more.
Export Shopify Products including the product title, its ID, SKU, and other information. Get an overview of all items and their statuses, ensuring that your stock data is always up to date and there are enough goods to sell. Blend this data with restocking orders to calculate “totals after restock” and upload this information back to Shopify. Filter products based on product status so you don’t pull old archived products to Google Sheets.
Export Shopify Orders including subtotal price, tax, shipping charges, cost, and other data to calculate profit margin per order. Monitor the requests from your customers, track the performance of each PoS. Analyze your Shopify orders data on charts and see how your business performs.
Export orders with line items including total price and financial status (pending, paid, etc.) to use this information for operational purposes, making certain that all orders are paid and fulfilled with the utmost care from your side. Check which items are bought together and which perform below expectations.
Export inventory including the IDs, SKUs, quantity and item’s location. Know what’s in your warehouses at any given time. Monitor the stock levels of different product variants and get notified when items are about to run out. Forecast the need for supplies based on your historical data.
Export orders with shipping lines including order totals, taxes, as well as shipping and billing addresses for each order. Group orders by states and countries and analyze how the revenues shape up over time. Look up shipping details for particular orders right in your spreadsheet.
Export order fulfillments including customer details, shipping companies and the shipping dates. Load the latest lists of orders set to ship and dispatch them one by one. Monitor what’s behind a schedule and act on it. Assist the support staff with tracking IDs and links.
Export order refund transactions including customer names, refunded amounts, and statuses. Pull each transaction with the associated notes and verify whether refunds are handled correctly. Calculate the speed of your refund process and plan for improvements.
How to export Shopify data to Google Sheets
Step 1. Select Shopify as a data source30 seconds
Step 2. Pick a data entity to export from Shopify10 seconds
Step 3. Specify filter criteria2 minutes
Step 4. Select the data destination in Google Sheets1 minute
Step 5. Set a schedule for data refreshes20 seconds
Step 6. Save and run the importer5 seconds
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