How to use Apipheny to make a POST request.
Learn about the various modes and settings you can modify in your Apipheny API request.
In this tutorial, we teach you how to run all your saved requests simultaneously in Apipheny.
With Apipheny's GET method, you can import data from the API of virtually any data source into Google Sheets. In this tutorial, we teach you how.
With Apipheny, you can stack multiple URLs/endpoints in a single request, letting keep each data group in its own sheet.
With Apipheny, you can import and export your saved API settings so you and your team can reuse them throughout separate Google Sheets.
The Save feature saves you a ton of time by letting you re-run your saved API requests instead of manually inputting them every time you do your work.
Referencing cell values in Apipheny is like pulling data from another cell. Sounds complicated? It probably does at first, but it’s actually very simple — like piecing together LEGO bricks.
Apipheny has its own function in Google Sheets. It lets you keep your API data organized and is incredibly easy to use.