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Hassle-Free WhatsApp: Send Messages via Google Sheets

by Ankna Litoriya - 3 min read

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If you have ever worked with Google Sheets and WhatsApp, you'll know how time-consuming and frustrating it can be to manually send messages from the spreadsheet to individual contacts. But what if there was a way to streamline this process and save yourself precious time and effort? Well, look no further than the chrome extension "Sheets-to-WhatsApp." In this article, we will explore this convenient tool and guide you through the hassle-free method of sending WhatsApp messages directly from Google Sheets.

Why Use "Sheets-to-WhatsApp"?

Before we dive into the details, let's first understand why you should consider using the "Sheets-to-WhatsApp" extension for your messaging needs. Here are a few reasons:

  1. Save Time and Effort: Manually copy-pasting messages from Google Sheets to WhatsApp can be a tedious and time-consuming task. With "Sheets-to-WhatsApp," you can automate this process and send messages directly from your spreadsheet, saving you valuable time and effort.

  2. Increased Efficiency: By automating the message-sending process, you eliminate the risk of human error and ensure that your messages are delivered accurately and promptly.

  3. Easy Integration: "Sheets-to-WhatsApp" seamlessly integrates with your existing Google Sheets, allowing you to leverage the power of this familiar tool without the need for complex setups or additional software.

Now that we understand the benefits of using "Sheets-to-WhatsApp," let's explore the step-by-step process of setting up and using this extension.

Setting Up "Sheets-to-WhatsApp"

To get started with "Sheets-to-WhatsApp," follow these simple steps:

  1. Install the Extension: Visit the Chrome Web Store and search for "Sheets-to-WhatsApp." Click on the extension and select "Add to Chrome" to install it.

  2. Grant Necessary Permissions: Once installed, you will need to grant the extension necessary permissions to interact with Google Sheets and WhatsApp. Follow the prompts to allow these permissions.

  3. Enable WhatsApp API: To enable the WhatsApp API, you will need to acquire an API key. Visit the "Sheets-to-WhatsApp" website and follow the instructions to obtain your unique API key.

  4. Configure Google Sheets: Open your Google Sheets document and go to the "Extensions" menu. Click on "Sheets-to-WhatsApp" and select "Set up API Key." Enter the API key you obtained from the "Sheets-to-WhatsApp" website and click "Save."

Congratulations! You have successfully set up "Sheets-to-WhatsApp" and are ready to start sending messages from your Google Sheets.

Sending WhatsApp Messages from Google Sheets

Now that the extension is set up, let's walk through the process of sending WhatsApp messages directly from your Google Sheets.

  1. Prepare Your Spreadsheet: Open the Google Sheets document containing the messages you want to send. Ensure that the necessary columns, such as "Name" and "Message," are present and properly populated.

  2. Select Recipients: Decide who you want to send the messages to. You can either select specific contacts or send messages to an entire contact group. Make sure you have the correct WhatsApp contact numbers or group names in your spreadsheet.

  3. Customize Your Message: If you want to personalize your messages, you can use placeholders in your spreadsheet. For example, instead of a generic message, you can include the recipient's name using a placeholder like {{Name}}. The extension will replace these placeholders with the actual values before sending the messages.

  4. Initiate Message Sending: With your spreadsheet ready, go to the "Extensions" menu in Google Sheets, select "Sheets-to-WhatsApp," and click on "Send Messages." Choose the relevant options, such as the range of cells to consider and any filters if required. Then, click "Send" to start the message-sending process.

  5. Monitor Progress: Once you initiate the message sending, "Sheets-to-WhatsApp" will begin the process and display the progress in real-time. You can view the status, including the number of messages sent and any errors encountered, within the extension's interface.

And that's it! You have successfully sent WhatsApp messages from your Google Sheets using the "Sheets-to-WhatsApp" extension.

Tips and Tricks for Using "Sheets-to-WhatsApp"

To make the most out of the "Sheets-to-WhatsApp" extension, here are a few tips and tricks that can enhance your user experience:

  • Avoid Overwhelming WhatsApp: To ensure a smooth sending process, it's advisable not to send a large number of messages all at once. Break your message-sending tasks into smaller groups to avoid overwhelming the WhatsApp servers.

  • Review Responses: If you are expecting responses to the messages you sent using "Sheets-to-WhatsApp," consider tracking them manually or using another tool. The extension focuses primarily on sending messages and does not provide advanced response tracking features.

  • Regularly Update the Extension: Stay up to date with the latest version of the "Sheets-to-WhatsApp" extension to access new features and bug fixes. Visit the Chrome Web Store frequently to check for updates and install them when available.


Sending WhatsApp messages from Google Sheets has never been easier, thanks to the "Sheets-to-WhatsApp" chrome extension. With its seamless integration, time-saving automation, and user-friendly interface, this tool is a game-changer for anyone who frequently sends messages using both Google Sheets and WhatsApp. By following the simple setup process and utilizing the tips and tricks provided, you can streamline your messaging workflow, increase efficiency, and save valuable time and effort. So, give "Sheets-to-WhatsApp" a try today and experience the hassle-free method of sending WhatsApp messages directly from Google Sheets.

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