cloudHQ, an email management company based out of San Francisco, California, released an upgraded version of Export Email to Google Sheets, a Google Chrome-based web application that empowers Gmail users to save email data directly to Google Sheets spreadsheets.
“Copying the information in emails from Gmail to Sheets gives small businesses the power to sort, analyze, and prepare email data in ways that simply wasn’t possible before,” said Naomi Assaraf, cloudHQ’s co-founder and chief marketing officer.
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By exporting Gmail to Sheets, entrepreneurs and businesses can:
- Parse order, return, and shipping notifications.
- Parse and save invoices and receipts for easy processing by your accountant.
- Extract phone numbers, email addresses, location data, and order preferences from orders, returns, or other regular emails.
- Filter notifications from other communication services such as support chats, social media, error reports, system notifications, or field reports.
- Create custom parsing rules to extract exactly the right data and instead of simply “all text from an email.”
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“If your business receives a specific type of email all the time, and you use Gmail as your email provider, Export Gmail to Google Sheets is a powerful tool you can use to automate and improve how you respond to those emails,” Assaraf said.
Export Gmail to Google Sheets by cloudHQ has a free Basic Plan and a premium plan. The Basic Plan limits you to 50 parsed emails per month, whereas the Premium Plan is unlimited. It’s the latest addition to cloudHQ’s library of over 70 free email management Chrome extensions.
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