Create ClickUp tasks from new Google Sheets spreadsheet rows

Create ClickUp tasks from new Google Sheets spreadsheet rowsalt text

Step by step instructions:

  1. Create a new scenario in Make (formerly Integromat)
  2. Select Google Sheets as the trigger app. The scenario will be triggered every time you add a new row to the spreadsheet.
  3. Select the Spreadsheet and Worksheet you want to watch for new rows.
  4. Select ClickUp as the action app.
  5. Select the Create task in list action.
  6. Select the Space, List, and Assignees for the new task.
  7. Use the following mapping:
  1. Run the scenario and add a new row to your spreadsheet to test it out!

Example of use case:

Try out this ready to use workflow template:

Find more templates on our website:

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Greg is the founder of Business Automated, an agency helping small businesses streamline and simplify their processes. For more visit www.business-automated.com

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Greg is the founder of Business Automated, an agency helping small businesses streamline and simplify their processes. For more visit www.business-automated.com

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