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Get Data into Gigasheet

Loading your first file to Gigasheet is a breeze thanks to the File Upload tool. You can select from a variety of source options. This article explains how to upload a file from your computer, but Gigasheet also supports the most popular cloud storage options.

Filter Data

Gigasheet helps individuals and teams quickly analyze massive, varying data sets without lengthy setup and complicated configuration. Filters allow you to build complex, SQL like queries without any special syntax.

Group Data

Gigasheet helps individuals and teams quickly analyze massive, varying data sets without lengthy setup and complicated configuration. Groups allow you to quickly segment rows, or pivot in your data sets.

Search File Contents

Gigasheet helps individuals and teams quickly analyze massive, varying data sets without lengthy setup and complicated configuration. Searching data is as easy as searching the internet. Type in the search terms and go! Or, use the more advanced Regular Expression (regex) search.

Export Data

Once you have searched, filtered, grouped, and enriched your data using Gigasheet, you are likely ready to export the file for use in another system. Exporting from Gigasheet is as easy as clicking a button.

Enrich Data

Gigasheet enrichments allow users to add additional context their uploaded data sets. Enrichments are currently focused on Cyber Security, but others are in development.

Import from AWS S3

Amazon’s Simple Storage Service (S3) is home to most of the files uploaded by AWS’s cloud users as well as log files generated by its services. Gigasheet supports file upload from Amazon S3 via public or pre-signed URLs. Gigasheet is designed to handle large files that are too big for other applications, so bring those big data sets!

Import from Box

Importing from Box is easy. You will need to sign in to Box, provide a few permissions, and then select the files to load into Gigasheet. Gigasheet is designed to handle large files that are too big for other applications, so bring those big data sets!

Import from Dropbox

To access and upload files from Dropbox, you need to authenticate with your Dropbox account, accept permissions, and begin uploading. Gigasheet is designed to handle large files that are too big for other applications, so bring those big data sets!

Import from Google Drive

Google Drive is perhaps the most commonly used storage provider due to direct integration with most Google services. You will need to sign in to Google, provide a few permissions, and then select the files to load into Gigasheet. Gigasheet is designed to handle large files that are too big for other applications, so bring those big data sets!

Import from Link

Have a link to a hosted file? No need to download and then re-upload into Gigasheet. Simply provide the link and let Gigasheet do the work. Gigasheet is designed to handle large files that are too big for other applications, so bring those big data sets!

Import from OneDrive

OneDrive is a popular option to host files in Microsoft’s cloud. To access and upload files from OneDrive, you need to authenticate with your Microsoft account, accept permissions, and begin uploading. Gigasheet is designed to handle large files that are too big for other applications, so bring those big data sets!

Do Math in Gigasheet

Spreadsheets are for calculations. Here's how perform math operations across columns or in a column or group.

Combine Files in Gigasheet

Out of many files, one.

Analyze Salesforce Reports in Gigasheet

Connect Salesforce to Gigasheet for easy searching, pivoting, and enrichment on your CRM data

Create a Pivot Table

Creating a pivot table is easy in Gigasheet. Simply click the Pivot Mode toggle and then start slicing and dicing your data by dragging the fields into the Row, Column, and Sum of Values boxes.

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