Is part of your business based on data which you receive by e-mail? For example leads from a lead provider, order confirmations and purchase orders from your online shops, sales stats, you name it … And do you need to copy this important data from your email messages to Google spreadsheet (or Excel / CSV)?

Or do you need to save share some emails with your team or partners? You can just to export them to a Google spreadsheet and then share the spreadsheet.

Export Emails to Excel, CSV, or Google Sheets can extract date from email messages from your inbox to a spreadsheet. It also extracts all email metadata and parses email bodies to extract important information to clearly show:

✅ Orders
✅ Leads
✅ Resumes from candidates
✅ Email response times
✅ Number of bounced emails
✅ Emails from foreign-language customers, so you can have them translated
✅ And finally, you can import any data you like into your database!

Email messages can be saved in the following formats:

  • Google Sheets
  • MS Excel
  • CSV

You can set up one time extract or continuous monitoring of a label so as soon as a new email is added to the label it will be added to your Google spreadsheet.

Here are the steps:

  1. Install the cloudHQ Chrome extension Export Emails to Excel, CSV, or Google Sheets from the Chrome Web Store:
    chrome extension
  2. Add the extension to Chrome:
    chrome extension
  3. Once installed, you will be forwarded to your Gmail. Note the Export Emails to Excel, CSV, or Google Sheets icon. You will also see a modal dialog box asking you to create an account. Click on Create Account:
    chrome extension
  4. After the account is created, you can save your email messages to Google Sheets, Excel, or CSV.
    • Export entire labels to Google Sheets, Excel, or CSV. More instructions on how to do that are here.
    • Export only selected emails to Google Sheets, Excel, or CSV. More instructions on how to do that are here.

And here some how-to examples:

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  3. How to parse Amazon orders
  4. How to parse Paypal invoices and receipts
  5. How to parse responses (like from Shopify hulkapps)
  6. How to parse responses from five9
  7. How to parse responses from Olark
  8. How to parse responses from jivochat
  9. How to parse orders from Squarespace
  10. How to parse reports from Gmass
  11. How to parse Shopify online store’s contact forms
  12. How to parse Wuffo
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