After you have installed and opened the Portant Data Merge Add-on, the next thing you will want to do is connect a source. This is where Portant will source data from to place it in your template file and create output documents.
The source is where all the custom data is stored and the template document (Google Docs or Google Slides) is where all the static data, layout and style is defined.
In this article you’ll learn how to:
When you open Portant Data Merge, the homepage of the app will display the sources you are able to connect.
This is where you can select the kind of source you would like to connect from the following options:
Top Tip - If there is a different integration you are looking for you can click the External Apps button (at the bottom). This is where you can vote on any integrations you would like to see Portant Data Merge work with in the future 🤙
After you have selected the source you would like to connect to, you will need to set it up. Each source has some slight differences so we have made a bespoke page for each one. Please select the one you would like to learn more about below:
In each source you need to identify the file or board you would like to connect to and then click continue.
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