Automate WooCommerce to Google Sheets integration

Import data from your WooCommerce store on a set schedule, with no coding required

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Why connect WooCommerce to Google Sheets

Operate your store from within a spreadsheet

Turn a spreadsheet into a mission control center for your store. Fetch the latest orders, products, customers, and more - as often as you want. Monitor the status of orders and analyze how fast they’re fulfilled. Sync WooCommerce with Google Sheets to track productivity.

Keep track of products and their inventory levels

Maintain a self-updating list of products, including all the variants. Connect WooCommerce to Google Sheets to always work with fresh data on the stock levels for each item. Analyze what’s sold the most and adjust your pricing strategy accordingly. Quickly spot which products may be running out and set automatic reminders for your team.

Analyze long-term results and build forecasts

Pull entire reports from your Wordpress-based store and analyze how sales shape up over time. Track the performance of promotional offers and evaluate how they affect your bottom line. Gather product reviews in one place, react to them, and plan improvements to your store. Use historical data to anticipate seasonal trends and capitalize on them.

What to export from WooCommerce to Google Sheets

01. Orders with line items

Import the entire list of orders from any historical period or fetch only those with a certain status. Collect their IDs, prices, shipping, and billing details. See which items are your best-sellers. Analyze what’s often bought together and enhance your marketing campaigns with this knowledge in mind.

02. Products

Collect the entire list of products from your store, including drafts and those under review. See the name, URL, status, tags, attributes, and many others. Track the prices and discounts applied to each item. Calculate the profit margins and experiment with pricing strategy.

03. Customers

Pull the list of your store customers, including their names, email addresses, roles, address details, and more. Plug them into your email marketing tools or automatically load the customers' data into a CRM. Pull up a list of customers from a particular region and use it to better target your advertising.

04. Sales reports

Collect the ready reports on sales and orders generated in a chosen period. Monitor how much you lost due to discounts, refunds, or taxes. Load stats from WooCommerce into Google Sheets and showcase them on charts, or plug them into DataViz tools for an even better analysis.

05. Other fields and reports

Dive deeper into your store’s essential data. Extract product reviews, find your top-rated items, and address the issues. Quickly figure out where your orders are shipped to the most. Pull your tax rates, tax classes, shipping zones, and more.

How to export WooCommerce orders to Google Sheets

  1. Step 1. Pick WooCommerce as a data source
    5 seconds
  2. Step 2. Connect your store and choose what to import
    30 seconds
  3. Step 3. Choose where to import the data in Google Sheets
    1 minute
  4. Step 4. Decide on the schedule for data refreshes
    20 seconds
  5. Step 5. Launch the importer and review the progress
    5 seconds

Why sync WooCommerce with Google Sheets using Coupler.io

As a shop owner, you can benefit greatly from analyzing your data regularly. WooCommerce offers basic analytics within your WordPress interface, which can be further enhanced with paid plugins. However, you'll have a much easier time doing so in a spreadsheet if you need to extract the specific type of orders or pull up a particular list of customers.


Pulling data from WooCommerce to Google Sheets with Coupler.io has significant benefits over manual exports from the platform. The data is fetched automatically, as often as you desire. This, as a result, lets you work with near real-time data imported into your spreadsheet with zero effort on your side. All of this requires no coding and just a few minutes to set things up.


Enhance your eCommerce experience by automating the reporting process with Coupler.io.


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Your inventory quantity sits in the ‘Products’ data entity. Export it into the spreadsheet, and for each item in your store, you’ll see the current inventory quantity. This data will refresh with each new data import, so if your inventory levels change dynamically, it makes sense to opt for, for example, an hourly refresh rate.

The opportunities are endless. You can choose to refresh the data monthly, weekly, daily, hourly, and virtually any time in-between (for example, on Mondays and Wednesdays at 3 pm). Squad and Business plan users can choose to refresh the data every 30 or 15 minutes, respectively.

Not at all! Coupler.io setup is very intuitive and requires no technical skills. All you need to do is connect your WooCommerce store, choose what to fetch and where in Google Sheets it should be imported. If you need any assistance during the process, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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