Google sheets are a convenient way to view and manipulate data for analysis. It can be helpful to have financial data imported into your spreadsheets for analysis. As such, this article will guide you on how to use Tiingo API Data with Google Sheets
Using Tiingo API Data with Google Sheets
Step 1: You will need your Tiingo API Token
For this article, you will need your Tiingo API Token. For information on how to obtain this token, please visit this article first: Where to find your Tiingo API Token
Once you have this token, come back to this article.
Step 2: Use our Google Spreadsheet Example
We recommend using our example Google Sheets document here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1UbSFuRqnBWoBvJeoSP3csMTL6jG-DpF88bMCHUqG-SY/edit?usp=sharing
On the first tab, you can paste your Tiingo API Token, then use that spreadsheet for examples on how to import Tiingo Data into the Google Sheet. You may want to make a copy of the spreadsheet first so you can edit it.