For the Spreadsheet you're going to connect to sheet2api, the first row (1) must only contain column
All the other rows may contain data, in whatever format you'd like (symbols, numbers, dates, words, etc).
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You may add multiple worksheets such as 'Looney Tunes', 'The Simpsons' to seperate different categories of data.
sheet2api will create an API endpoint for each of these automatically.
In order to connect your Google/Excel spreadsheet to sheet2api, you'll need to give sheet2api access to it, here's how to do that.
Use this method if your spreadsheet is private and you would like to keep it that way.
Use this method if your spreadsheet is public.
When you create your spreadsheet API, sheet2api will generate full examples for making requests to your API.
By default when you create your API, all operations will be allowed: Read, Create, Update & Delete.
You may want to limit what's possible, for example only allow reading of data from your API.
To do this go to Your Account page, locate your Spreadsheet API from the list and click "Configure API".
On the next page, under "API Permissions", adjust which operations you'd like enabled, and click "Save".
If you have configured your API to require authentication then all requests will need to include an Authorization header.
The credentials are constructed like this:
The username and the password are combined with a colon (
The resulting string is base64 encoded (
That string should when be included within the Authorization header:
Authorization: Basic YWxhZGRpbjpvcGVuc2VzYW1l
For Google Sheets users: