- Create a Gmail label called Etsy order confirmation
- Create a Gmail filter to automatically label Etsy order confirmation emails
- Start Export Emails to Sheets and select the label Etsy order confirmation
- Create a Gmail label called LinkedIn job notifications
- Create a Gmail filter to automatically label LinkedIn job notification emails
- Start Export Emails to Sheets and select the label LinkedIn job notifications
- Step 1: Visit the Google Alerts Website
- Step 2: Specify Keywords
- Step 3: Click on Create Alert
Backup email messages from a Gmail label This wizard will help you set up a continuous backup of all your emails of a Gmail label and save them in your Google Sheets. All of your attachments will also be saved as a PDF Google Drive link in your Google Sheet. This is an excellent solution […]
Sometimes, data you need to extract from your email message is formated as a table. For exmaple, your email messaage can look like this: When you open parsing editor to parse this email you will see tab called Tables. To extract this table, click on Tables and just hightlight table columns: Automatically find all bounced […]
How to automatically find all bounced email messages and parse them (‘Delivery Status Notification’, ‘failure notice’, etc.)
Here’s an explanation on how to use cloudHQ wizard for Google Sheets and setup job which will automatically find all bounced email messages: Go to the cloudHQ dashboard. Click on Emails to Google Sheets icon: Click on Start Wizard for Export Email to Sheets button: Click on Automatically find all bounced email messages and parse […]
Export Emails to Excel, CSV, or Google Sheets can export all emails in a label to a spreadsheet.
The setup is simple: 1) select label and chose “Save label to Google Spreadsheet” 2) chose options 3) done.
Export Email to Google Sheets currently supports the following parsing rules:
“Continuous saving of email messages” means that a new email matching the label or the search filter will be automatically exported and saved into Google spreadsheet.
The “Between two lines” rule can use regular expressions.