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Customize your json data and present it into beautiful google spreadsheets
By:Agaze Technologies
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Overview
Are you tired of manually fetching data from your json structure? How about presenting them into a spreadsheet automatically? Just try Magic-Json. It will accept any type of json url and import all data into a spreadsheet in a customized format. Just enter your json url, and let the magic happen.
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DeveloperAgaze Technologies
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magic-json will need access to your Google account
This will allow magic-json to :
See, edit, create, and delete all your Google Docs documents
See, edit, create, and delete all your Google Sheets spreadsheets
Connect to an external service
View and manage your forms in Google Drive
See your primary Google Account email address
See your personal info, including any personal info you've made publicly available
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A User of magic-json
July 5, 2016
I attempted to enter a valid JSON endpoint with valid JSON content, which also returned an "application/json" Content-Type header, but I got an error saying that it "was not a jsson url..."
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A User of magic-json
October 21, 2015
Good one ,great to create service request responses by creating a format in excel.
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A User of magic-json
January 5, 2018
Pretty much useless. Supposed to import all top-level keys from json object as sheets (not necessarily what you want) but it didn't even do that. Identified one top-level key and imported nothing.
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Joel Shields
February 5, 2016
Works well. Would love to be able to schedule imports.
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A User of magic-json
July 20, 2017
this tool helped me, great tool.
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A User of magic-json
October 3, 2016
Hi, it seems to truncate the JSON data because each root node is placed on a separate sheet. Google Sheets seems to have a limit on the number of sheets, so half my data is missing. It would be helpful to have all root nodes post in a column instead of independent sheets, and having a way to filter root nodes besides scrolling down a list and unchecking each one I dont need..overall helpful
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