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Looking for developer to import call logs into Google Sheets

I'm looking for a developer that can help me automate importing of call log details into a Google Sheets. I've been manually importing them but would like to automate the process.


Here's my wish list.


  1. Set which extensions to import from.
  2. Set the number of days.
  3. Have one sheet for inbound calls and another for outbound (same workbook, different sheets).
  4. Set the time of day when the pull happens (like midnight).

If this isn't the appropriate forum to post something like this I would like to know where I could seek out help for this.

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vyshakhbabji answered

Currently, we do not have any apps that does this. If you are looking for a developer to create this app for you, we could connect you with our professional services to develop this app for you. Please submit a support ticket and we shall get back to you.

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mike1224 answered
I am very familiar with Google Drive Api. RingCentral Api is a walk in the park as well. Not too happy about there customer service though. I can build this for you. Email me at j erbar@live.com
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Using the RingCentral Phone for Desktop, you can dial or receive test calls, send and receive test SMS or Fax messages in your sandbox environment.

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