Connect to Database: Google Sheets
You can connect to your own database, which allows displaying dynamic content, submitting forms, specify who can access it. This document will show you how to authenticate Rebit with your Google Account, then connect to a Google Sheet.
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You'll need to authorize our access, to allow Rebit to manage (view, create, update) Google Sheets on your behalf. See the list of permissions below.
To authorize access, from the Database view:
Now, you'll be able to connect to any spreadsheet from your account.
To create a new connection, from the Database view:
These access permissions include:
Note that we don't store your spreadsheet files, or anything related to your Google Account.
Last updated on 07/02/2022
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