Today, I’ll tell you how to turn your website editable in a snap by your team using Google Sheets data. The goal of this tutorial is to discover how to turn some website parts easily editable by your non-technical team or clients.
A year ago, some clients asked me if it was possible to update in a snap events & fairs on their website. Today, I’ll tell them “Yes, and everything will be integrated with your business documents in Google Spreadsheets”. Awesome, right?
The goal of this tutorial is to discover how to turn some website parts easily editable by your non-technical team or clients. Ready? Let’s go!
The first thing to do is… to create a Google Spreadsheet! This spreadsheet should include a single header row (labels will be used later to render data), and your data rows. You can use any cell format (text, numbers, dates, currencies, dropdowns, checkboxes, …), even URLs (links or photos), that will be rendered in your HTML. Here is an example: