5 Tools to Import Stripe Data into Google Sheets - Dataflo

Krishna Srinivas V

Krishna Srinivas V

 

How to get your Stripe data into Google Sheets?

Stripe is one of the most popular payment gateways for startups and big businesses across the world, processing hundreds of billions of dollars of transactions a year. 

It is also one of the favorite applications for developers, with emphatic emphasis on their use-cases - building APIs that allow developers to implement its payment capabilities.

Stripe goes the mile to ensure that the APIs are perfected to handle the A to Z’s of payment processing from acceptance to compliance to security.

Being developer-centric, Stripe comes with robust documentation and easy to pull API interfaces that you can use to integrate a number of applications to the platform.

In this post we will take a look at some of the tools that help you to import Stripe data into Google Sheets efficiently.

Zapier

Type: Integration app

Pricing: Basic Free plan available, paid plans start at $19.99/mo

Zapier is one of the most popular SaaS tools to sync data between two applications. It is incredibly easy to set up and integrates with over 1500 apps.

You can connect your Stripe account to Google Sheets and automatically send data between the two apps using ‘Zaps’.  

For example, you can set up a Zap to add new Stripe sales as rows on Google Sheets and whenever the condition is met, a zap is automatically triggered and you can find the Stripe data updated in Google Sheets.

Popular Zapier Workflows for Stripe-Google Sheets 

  1. Add new Stripe sales as rows on Google Sheets
  2. Save Stripe events in a Google Sheets spreadsheet
  3. Create Google Sheet rows for new refunds in Stripe

You can learn more about the Stripe-Google Sheets integrations available in Zapier here.

Automate.io 

Type: Integration app

Pricing: Basic Free plan available, paid plans start at $49.00/mo

Automate.io is an integration tool similar to Zapier and integrates with 100+ apps including Stripe. 

Popular Automate.io Workflows for Stripe-Google Sheets 

  1. Add Row in Google Sheets on a New Customer in Stripe
  2. Add Row in Google Sheets on a Order Payment Succeeded in Stripe
  3. Add Row in Google Sheets on a New Subscription in Stripe

You can learn more about the Stripe-Google Sheets integrations available in Automate.io here.

MixedAnalytics

Pricing: Basic free plan available, paid plans start at $9..95/mo

Type: API Connector

MixedAnalytics is an API connector specifically built to pull in data from applications like Stripe to Google Sheets.

API connectors like MixedAnalytics are different from apps like Zapier and Automate.io in that they likely require a developer’s assistance to set up.

While it might be slightly tricky for non-technical users, pulling transactions from the Stripe API directly into Google Sheets allows you to create a lot of powerful custom workflows.

You can learn more about how you can pull data from Stripe to Google Sheets using MixedAnalytics here.

Geckoboard

Pricing: Free

Type: API Connector

If you are looking for a simple way to export Stripe data into Google Sheets, Geckoboard is an unconventional option you should definitely check out.

To use it, simply make a copy of this Google Sheets which comes pre-loaded with a Stripe add-on.

To import Stripe data, simply authorize your Stripe account, select the data to import and run the add-on.

Available Geckoboard Workflows

Geckoboard is suited for basic workflows and can import 4 different types of Stripe Data on the selected time period:

  • Account Balances
  • List of Customers
  • Charges Created
  • Refunds made

You can learn more about the tool here.

WayScript

Pricing: Free

Type: API Connector

WayScript is a scripting platform for developers that integrates with many popular applications such as Salesforce, Stripe, Mailchimp among others. 

Unlike other tools on the list, WayScript is built for developers and requires a fair amount of technical knowledge to build your workflows - one advantage is, this also allows you to build powerful workflows.

Here is a tutorial from Wayscript on how you can run the application to import Stripe data into Google Sheets. You can check out the tool here.

Conclusion

There are a number of tools available to import Stripe data into Google Sheets - some are simple to set up, some have basic workflows, some need a developer’s assistance. 

Pick a tool that best suits your workflow.

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