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covert googledocs columns/rows to key/value json and save to file




Googledocs to JSON

  • One simple way to sync google rows/columns values to key/value JSON.
  • First row is one column for each file
  • First column is key for each value.


$ npm install -g googledocs2json

Authorization / Config

Authorization is done using OAuth2, please get your client/secret key at,

Select your project -> Credentials -> Create Credentials -> OAuth client ID. Download the JSON-file and rename it to config.creds.json


Save this file to the folder you want to generate the files in.

    "spreadsheet_key" : "your spreadsheet key"


Create this file in the folder you want to generate the files in.

  • Range -> See Google Spreadsheet API v4 for more info.
  "range": "Sheet1!A1:C"


Stores your token after authentication



| Key | en.json | sv.json | |---------------------------------|-----------------------------------|--------------------------------------------------| | Car expenses | Cost for passenger cars | Personbilskostnader | | Computers, advertisement and PR | Advertising and PR | Reklam och PR | | Building costs | Property Cost | Fastighetskostnader | | Freight and transport | Freight and transport | Frakter och transporter | | Supplies and inventory | Consumable equipment and supplies | Förbrukningsmaterial och Förbrukningsinventarier |


$ g2j


Two files were created. en.json and sv.json

  "Car expenses":"Cost for passenger cars",
  "Computers, advertisement and PR":"Advertising and PR",
  "Building costs":"Property Cost",
  "Freight and transport":"Freight and transport",
  "Supplies and inventory":"Consumable equipment and supplies"

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