Title: How to Re-connect Your Site with Google Sheet using Bulk Product Sync
If your website is already connected with a Google Sheet but you need to re-establish the connection for any reason, follow these straightforward steps:
Clone a New Sheet:
Go to this link to access a template Google Sheet designed for re-connection purposes.
Clone this sheet by clicking on “File” in the top menu, then selecting “Make a copy.” Give your new sheet a relevant name for easy identification.
Connect the New Sheet to Your Site:
Follow the step-by-step instructions outlined in our video guide here. This guide walks you through the process of connecting your website to a Google Sheet, ensuring a seamless re-connection experience.
Be sure to carefully follow each step in the video to ensure a successful connection between your site and the new Google Sheet.
Disconnect the Old Sheet:
Once your site is successfully connected to the new Google Sheet, the previous connection will be automatically severed.
You can now safely delete or archive the old Google Sheet, knowing that your website is now synced with the new sheet and ready for use.
By following these steps, you can efficiently re-establish the connection between your website and Google Sheet using bulk product sync. If you encounter any difficulties during the process, feel free to refer back to our video guide for additional assistance.
Remember, maintaining an up-to-date and accurate connection between your site and Google Sheet is crucial for efficient data management and seamless operation. With these simple steps, you can ensure that your site remains synchronized with your Google Sheet, enabling smooth operation and streamlined data management.
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