Phantombuster’s googlesheet templates: How to handle heavy files?

Step 1: Get a Google API credentials

Step 2: Prepare the spreadsheet

Step 3: Setup phantom to push the data

  • googleSheetID: This is part of your google-sheet URL. Copy the part of the URL between “/spreadsheets/d/” and “/edit#gid”.
  • GOOGLE_SERVICE_ACCOUNT_EMAIL: You have this information in the JSON file from step 1.
  • GOOGLE_PRIVATE_KEY: You have this information in the JSON file from step 1. It is quite a long string of text.
  • Input_url: the result URL of the Phantom you want to push to google sheet. You should already have this URL at hand from setting up your googlesheet template.
  • sheetTitle: the name of the sheet to which you want to push the data (name of the exact sheet not of the one of the spreadsheet).

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