To get started with Google Spreadsheets, make sure you either sign up with a Google account or add a google authentication to your ContentSync account.
You must have at lease one Google authentication enabled on your account to use Google Spreadsheets.
Google Spreadsheets is our preferred Spreadsheet. It consistently works and is performance. However, keep in mind that the more tabs on your Google Spreadsheet, the longer a sync will take.
These options allow finer grained control of which sheet tabs are synced and when they are synced.
- All options are case insensitive
- Options can be combined and used multiple times
- Each option must have a space before it
- An option can appear anywhere in the sheet tab name
To always ignore a tab from syncing, include "--noCS" in the tab name.
A sheet tab with the name
--noCS ComponentContentswill not sync.
You can set a sheet tab to sync only for specific content versions using "--CSVersion=<version>". You can include this option multiple times and with other options.
ComponentContents --CSVersion=englishwill only sync on content version "english".
ComponentContents --CSVersion=v1 --CSVersion=v3will only sync on content version "v1" and "v3" and will not sync on version v2 or any others.
You can also set a tab to be ignored for a specific content version using "--notCSVersion=<version>". You can include this option multiple times.
ComponentContents --notCSVersion=englishwill sync on call content versions except for version "english".
ComponentContents --notCSVersion=v1 --notCSVersion=v3will not sync its contents one content version v1 or v3 but will sync on content version v2 and others.