How to automatically add new Google Sheet rows every time there's a new booking in is an automation tool that lets you automate actions across Google Sheets,, and many other apps. In this guide, we'll show you how to automatically add row to sheet in Google Sheets for each new booking in using > Google Sheets
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Set the trigger as “New booking”

Once you have finished creating your playbook, the next step would be to begin with the first action. A playbook always starts with a trigger, which is responsible for detecting changes in your connected applications and responding accordingly.

Add the trigger to initiate your playbook's actions whenever a new booking is made. Click "Add trigger" in your playbook and choose "New booking" from the dropdown menu under This will allow your playbook to automatically identify new bookings and trigger necessary actions.

If you still need to connect your account to yet, a prompt will guide you through the process.


Add the "Add row to sheet" step in Google Sheets

Integrate the Google Sheets automation into your playbook to ensure the prompt addition of a new Google Sheet row every time there's a new booking on

Click the "Add step" button, then locate the "Add row to sheet” automation for Google Sheets and input the mandatory and relevant details.

If your Google Sheets account still needs to be connected to, you will be prompted to complete that connection. Make sure to allow the necessary permissions for to sync with your Google Sheets account.


Activate your playbook

Activating your playbook is the last step in the process. Once you turn it on, it will automatically add new Google Sheet rows every time there's a new booking on without requiring manual intervention.

To activate your playbook, click the toggle button at the header. Before activating, we recommend performing a test run of your playbook to ensure all the steps work seamlessly together.

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