Question

Saving a table from Nanonets to Google Sheets

  • 19 January 2022
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I’m using Nanonets, which uses OCR to convert an image I feed to it into a table. In Zapier, I can access the table object itself from the Nanonets trigger, but I don’t know how to access the data inside from here. The table object should contain 23 rows, each row having 6 columns. I would like to output all 23 rows into my Google Sheets spreadsheet. How can I achieve this? I’ve been searching around for hours to no avail.

 

Here’s what it looks like when trying to map a spreadsheet row with table data


 

Here’s what my spreadsheet looks like when receiving the new row


Also, I’m not sure if the Zap’s test actually only sends out 1 new row or if that’s what will happen when out of test, but I do want 23 rows at a time to be saved out.

Thanks, everyone!


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Hi @gpgreenleaf 

Can you post screenshots with the data points returned from the Nanonets Zap trigger?

Hi @gpgreenleaf 

Can you post screenshots with the data points returned from the Nanonets Zap trigger?

Hi @Troy Tessalone, here is the whole section if that’s what you’re needing?
 

The Nanonets OCR trigger

 

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@gpgreenleaf 

Are you using one of these Nanonets OCR actions in a different Zap?

 

@gpgreenleaf

Are you using one of these Nanonets OCR actions in a different Zap?

 

@Troy Tessalone No, this is my first attempt with Nanonets.

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@gpgreenleaf 

Unfortunately there are 0 help articles available for the Nanonet OCR Zap app integration: https://zapier.com/apps/nanonets-ocr/integrations

 

You may want to try reaching out the Nanonets Support for guidance.

 

Or you can try opening a ticket with Zapier Support for possible guidance: https://zapier.com/app/get-help