Silk + Google Sheets

Instantly synced data visualizations with Google Sheets Sync

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Jurian@jurb
Hi all! Jurian from Silk.co here. We're very excited about this launch, since using a Google Sheet as a go-between for your Silk site (we're a platform for data stories with visualizations) lets you automate your data visualizations. You can use IFTTT or Zapier to automatically pull information from various sources into your Silk, or connect a Google Form to let people without a Silk account submit information to your Silk.co site. Also, check out our blogpost: http://blog.silk.co/post/1395402...
AlexSalkever@alexsalkever · Head of Product Marketing/BD, Silk.co
@jurb - the Forms are awesome. Now rather than having to push out of some other Form capture tool you could, for example, at a live Webinar, take an audience poll and see the visualizations or the results as charts or maps before the Webinar is actually over. No code required.
erwin blom@erwblo · @TIStv / @Fastmoving / @stek_io
Silk is democratizing data visualisation and this is a good example of that!
Seun Debiyi@_seund · Co Founder of Learnerlane
I've been looking for a tool like this for so long. I had to use batchgeo manually.
This is really cool. For enterprise, what's the data policy like? Do you guys own the data or do users keep ownership?
AlexSalkever@alexsalkever · Head of Product Marketing/BD, Silk.co
@mykfmn We never own the data in whole or in part. Users always retain full 100% ownership.
@alexsalkever Awesome. Really like the enterprise applications here. I assume you can charge for keeping sheets private like github
Sam Doshi@samir_doshi · Co Founder @ Relayo.com
use google sheets all the time - nice plug in