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How To Streamline Your Data Analysis by Pushing Your Delacon Data into Google Sheets

Call tracking and analytics are crucial for businesses of all sizes in today’s competitive market. That’s where Delacon comes in – an innovative call tracking platform that helps businesses analyse incoming calls to their business. With Delacon, you can track and analyse the effectiveness of your marketing campaigns and optimize your customer service interactions.

One of the great things about Delacon is that it uses a webhook system to push data from the platform to other systems, including Google Sheets. Google Sheets is a free, cloud-based spreadsheet program that is part of the Google Suite of applications. Google Sheets allows businesses to create spreadsheets, share them with multiple stakeholders, and easily update them in real-time.

By pushing Delacon data into Google Sheets, businesses can streamline their analytics process and get a clearer view of their business performance. So, how can you push Delacon data into Google Sheets? Here are the steps:

Step 1: Create a new Google Sheet

The first step is to create a new Google Sheet in your Google Drive where the Delacon data will be pushed. Remember to give your Sheet a clear and descriptive name for easy identification in the future.

Step 2: Install the Google Sheets add-on

Install the Google Sheets add-on by clicking on the “Add-ons” option in the top menu of your Sheet. Then, select “Get add-ons” and search for “Google Sheets”. Follow the prompts to connect the add-on to your Delacon account.

Step 3: Configure the webhook

To configure the webhook, log in to your Delacon account and navigate to the “Integrations” tab. Click on “Webhooks” and then “Add Webhook”. Enter the URL for your Google Sheet and any other relevant settings such as trigger events and payload format. Click “Save” to save your changes.

Step 4: Monitor the data

Now that your webhook is configured, you can monitor the data that is being pushed into your Google Sheet. Simply open your Sheet and look for the new data that has been added. You can sort and filter the data as needed to make it easier to analyse and follow up on.

In conclusion, pushing webhook data from Delacon into Google Sheets is a simple and efficient way to track and follow up on leads from multiple sources. By following these easy steps, you can quickly configure your webhook and start receiving data in your Google Sheet. With Delacon and Google Sheets, businesses can streamline their analytics process and get a clearer view of their business performance.