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Sheetgo for good

We offer a 20% discount for non-profit and educational organizations for the first year of subscription*. After the first year, the discount can be renewed upon request.

*Monthly subscribers are not eligible for this discount.

Consultation and project design

Need a tailor-made solution for your team? Our expert process designers can help you create a custom system. Leverage the power of the cloud and start automating with Sheetgo.

Frequently asked questions

What’s a transfer?

A transfer is simply the transfer of data from one file to another via a connection. Every time Sheetgo sends data from the source file to a destination via a Sheetgo connection, this counts as a transfer. You can update a connection manually by clicking Run, or schedule automatic transfers for the entire workflow. Each time a connection runs, the data in the destination file is refreshed with the latest data from the source file. If you run a workflow with 4 connections, that will equal 4 transfers. Submitting data through a Sheetgo form will not count as a transfer.

What about compatibility and limitations?

Sheetgo is compatible with Google Sheets, Excel, CSV, and TSV files. Google Sheets currently has a 10 million cell limit. You will not be able to connect or consolidate files that exceed this size. If you have a large file, you may experience issues with update reliability due to server connection timeout. Use your trial period to test Sheetgo to its limits, and contact us at [email protected] if you experience issues.

What is a connection?

A Sheetgo connection is created when you link a data source (one or multiple spreadsheet tabs, CSV/TSV file, or a BigQuery table) to a destination (one or multiple spreadsheet tabs or an email address). Once you have created a connection, you can send data from the source to the destination automatically.

With the Free plan, you can connect a source file to a destination file of the same type (e.g., Excel to Excel or Google Sheets to Google Sheets). With the Individual or Business plan, you can connect any file type (e.g., Excel to Google Sheets, or CSV to Excel) and use integrations such as Google Docs and Gmail. If you want to transfer data to a new destination file, Sheetgo will create a spreadsheet for you automatically.

How can I cancel my subscription?

You can easily cancel your subscription on your account page whenever you feel like it. Get in touch with us before canceling so we can try to help you find the solution that’s right for you.

What’s a workflow?

A Sheetgo workflow is a series of connections that work together to carry out a process. When you create a Sheetgo connection, you are starting to build a workflow. You can create a Sheetgo workflow to automate any routine process in your business, such as financial reporting, sales tracking, or automated emails. A workflow can be as small or large as you like: from one or two connections between a couple of spreadsheets to a complex system containing hundreds of interconnected files. A workflow makes it easy to automate processes smoothly and organize your spreadsheet connections.

What’s included in the trial?

During the free 7-day trial period, you can create unlimited connections between Google Sheets, Excel, and CSV files stored in Google Drive, OneDrive, SharePoint, and Dropbox. You can access the Merge, Split and Filter features, Google Docs and Gmail integrations, and Sheetgo Forms (with barcode scanner). You can also schedule automatic transfers and share workflows with colleagues. The trial offers a total of 1000 transfers.