Oftentimes useful information is stored in spreadsheets, because they are convenient and perfect for small projects. Small projects have a tendency to grow though, and at some point it's useful to extract all that data and put it in other, more appropriate systems. Other times, it is just quicker to use a spreadsheet like Google Sheets to capture information (perhaps from Google Forms), but you would like to process it and make it available in other systems. There are a couple of ways of achieving this, including manual data capture, or building some custom integration code. With Synatic, it's all much simpler using Flows and Connectors.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to create a new Flow in Synatic to extract data from a Google Sheet to a Sql Server database. By using Synatic, you get a whole lot more powerful production grade features, with less effort than writing traditional code. It's also a lot easier!

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