Using Google Sheets with UNOs

Certain UNO templates from the Singular Template Library are designed to connect with Google Sheet data such as the UNO Flipper and UNO Playlist type templates. Seamlessly funnel your cell data the overlays in real time with the UNO Add-on.

1 - Download an UNO Template Designed to Work With Google Sheets

Find an UNO template that works with Google Sheets and open it up.

2 - Duplicate Template's Google Sheet

Navigate to the template's Setup panel and select the CONNECT TO GOOGLE SHEET button under "Data Source".


Selecting the button duplicates a specific Google Sheet into your account, allowing you to have control over the data.

3 - Connect the Google Sheet to your Template

A. Install the UNO Add-on

In your new personal Google Sheet, navigate to "Add-ons" >> "Get add-ons" if not yet installed >> search for and download " UNOs"


B. Open the Add-on Sidebar

To start using the add-on, open it into the sidebar. "Add-ons" >> "" >> Open Sidebar


C. Paste Information into Sidebar

Copy/paste Access Token

Copy the Access Token from your template and paste it into the Token field in the Google Sheet Add-on sidebar.



Select Cell Range

Select the cell range of data you want to use in your template. Make sure you include your column header text in the range as this is necessary for proper data mapping!


4 - Map Data

Now that your Sheet has been successfully connected to your template, you'll need to map your Sheet data to the desired control points. 


Choose a Google Sheet Data Field for each Control Node ID parameter to make sure your data goes to the correct areas of your overlay. Note that a Data Field option is a data column header text inside your Google Sheet.

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