Sync your app data to Google Sheets with 1 click

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Gasket sends your latest app data straight to Google Sheets. Once setup, the sync button will grab the data, tidy it up or merge it, then teleport it straight into the spreadsheet.

  • Pros: 

    Easy to use, beautifully designed, powerful integrations


    Airtable (just kidding, sheets is good)

    Tim, Chris and Hendi are awesome founders. I fully trust that they'll take this product very far in the upcoming months. Gasket is great for non-technical folk (like me) who need to combine data from multiple services, but equally powerful for devs and engineers from speaking with team mates. Give it a shot!

    Christopher Schrader has used this product for one month.
  • Tierney Cyren
    Tierney CyrenDeveloper Advocate, NodeSource

    Gasket makes data centralization and customization from many services extremely easy.


    May not have EVERY SERVICE KNOWN TO MAN, but I've talked with the team and they're willing to add new services as needed 💥

    I use a variety of siloed tools that all have individual data exports. Gasket's made it incredibly easy to put them all into one central place repeatably, and allowed me to manipulate that data so it's easily consumable - I can have my data how I want it.

    Tierney Cyren has used this product for one month.
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Hey folks! It's Hendi here, chief geek at Gasket. I'm so glad to (finally) share with you our data syncing tool! It came from having to go back into our apps week after week to export the same messy CSV files. Every time we'd have to carve the data into something usable to perform the same analysis as last time. That's why we created Gasket. It connects apps such as Stripe, Typeform, Pipedrive, and many more to Google Sheets. Once set up, it creates a magical sync button. Clicking it will insert new responses into the sheet, all tidied up and pre-arranged. It can even join data from different sources. Whether it's to combine user's answers from two Typeforms, or show the Pipedrive status of Intercom leads, it can end the individual data silos. To get started, you’ll need to head to and... - Create a free login - Connect an app - Create a Gasket - Add the extension - Add it to your sheet We're adding more app integrations all the time, so let us know any requests you have. In the meantime, thanks for the support!
Jit Salunke
Jit Salunke@jitsalunke · Bringing Affordable PR for startups!
@hendi1 Looks pretty cool Hendi! How it stacks up against something like Zapier when it comes to collecting data?
@jitsalunke Thanks for the kind words Jit. Zapier focuses and acts on events (e.g. "new subscriber signed up") whereas Gasket works with whole data sets (e.g. a full subscriber list). So both tools are orthogonal and can complement each other.
Jeffrey Wyman
Jeffrey Wyman@jeffrey_wyman · At the intersection of Tech and Business
+1 for branding, love the idea behind the name and logo.
Samuel Goudie
Samuel Goudie@sgoudie · Founder @homamoco
That gif 👌 The product looks great. Nice work on the UI.
What is the difference between Gasket and
TimothyMaker@timothyis_ · Front-end Developer / UI Designer
@erbbear 👋 Sheetsu is aimed more at developers, letting them use Google Sheets for their CMS. Gasket's purpose is to generate reports for marketing, analytics, growth, etc. and make it easy to understand users/subscribers 🎉
Goldy Arora
Goldy Arora@goldy_arora · Goldy Arora
this looks great, couple of questions-: I have used a few google sheet add-ons in the past, but they were restricted with the sheet add on 6 minutes execution time enforced by Google on Apps Script. 1. Does Gasket also include that 6 minutes execution limit? 2. If not, curious how do you manage it to run 6+ minutes?
We avoid the 6 minute execution limit by doing all the heavy lifting (data gathering, filtering, joining, aggregating) on our servers and use Google Apps Script (GAS) just for the final delivery of the processed data. We've further built the app in such a way that it can respond to all GAS requests within a couple of seconds at most (with the 98th percentile within a few ms).