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LogicLoop supports Google Sheets OAuth integration.
In the left navigation bar, click Data Sources and then select Integrations. Here you will be able to connect to Google by choosing Connect with Service.
Select Google Sheets as your service and choose Grant Access. This will open the Google Sheets OAuth request.
Once you allow LogicLoop access and create your integration, you will see it listed as an active integration.
Now that you have Google Sheets integrated into LogicLoop, add it as a data source. In the left navigation panel, choose Data Sources. Create a data source of type Google Sheets (Integration) and choose your integration.
You can also add Google Sheets as an action destination. In the left navigation panel, choose Destinations. Create an action destination of type Google Sheets (Integration) and choose your integration.
When configuring your action subscription, you will be able to choose the sheet to which you want to write your data.
Only one OAuth integration per type (ex. Slack, Google Sheets) is supported at a time. You will want to make sure you authenticate with an account your whole team can use.