ImportFromWeb Pricing

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up to URLs / day

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All ImportFromWeb features

All preconfigured solutions

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Frequently Asked Questions

Can I try ImportFromWeb for free?

Of course, you can try ImportFromWeb for free. We offer you a 30-day trial with 200 credits for free. No credit card required, no commitment !

All you have to do is to install the add-on from the Google Workspace Marketplace and enjoy!

What is a credit?

Each ImportFromWeb plan comes with a certain number of credits per month, used for scraping data from websites. Depending on the website you scrape, from one to several credits are counted each time ImportFromWeb loads a page.

Basic Rule: By default, 1 credit is used for 1 successful request (fetching 1 URL)

For Premium Websites: Due to their complex data access, these sites require 2 to 10 credits per URL:

Premium WebsitesCredits counted for 1 request (1 URL)
Amazon2 credits
Noon2 credits
Google Search5 credits
Google Maps10 credits

For example, let’s assume you want to extract the price from a product listing on Amazon, with the following formula: =IMPORTFROMWEB("","sale_price") .

ImportFromWeb will request the page and 2 credits will be counted.

Data Points and Selectors

The number of data points collected or selectors used does not affect the credit count. You can collect numerous data points from a single URL without additional credit costs.

For example, those 2 formulas count as 1 single credit:

=IMPORTFROMWEB("url","selector 1")
=IMPORTFROMWEB("url", "selector 1, selector 2, selector 3, selector 4, selector 5") 

Key Points to Note

1. Data Updates: you can decide to execute ImportFromWeb at any time so you work with the most updated data. When data is updated, new credits are counted.

You may have noticed that Google Sheets sometimes natively reload the =IMPORTFROMWEB() formulas; to avoid that IMPORTFROMWEB fetches the data source constantly, pages content is kept in cache for 1 week by default and up to 4 weeks (you can set this up).

2. Failed Requests: If fetching page content fails or no elements on the page match the selectors, no credits are deducted.

3. Credit Expiry: Unused credits cannot be carried over from one month/year to another.

How to estimate the number of credits I need?

To properly evaluate the number of credits you need per month and choose the right ImportFromWeb plan, you have to make up your mind on the 3 following questions:

  • What is the platform you want to scrape?
  • How many URLs you plan to retrieve data from?
  • How often you would like to refresh data (for example once per day, once every 2 days etc )

Let’s say, you are considering to extract data from Amazon and your goal is to monitor prices and the Buy Box winners on 300 ASINs every 2 days.
For this usage – since every Amazon URL consumes 2 credits – you need 300 * 15 * 2 = 9,000 credits /month

Let’s take a second example. You need to extract the number of subscribers on a list of 1,000 YouTube channels and you want this value to be refreshed once a day.
For this – since every YouTube URL consumes 1 credit – you need 1000 * 30 * 1 = 30,000 credits /month

What if I need more credits or help?

Whether you need a tailor-made plan or support on your scraping project, we got you covered!

Just contact us here and provide information about your requirements. We’ll come back to you within 2 business days.

What are the ImportFromWeb features?

ImportFromWeb comes with some great features for a powerful and efficient web scraping from Google Sheets, including:

  • Cache control to always keep control over your ImportFromWeb usage
  • Javascript rendering: ImportFromWeb successfully scrapes data even from complex web pages, such as JavaScript-rendered websites
  • Location based content scraping, so you decide the IP address to scrape data from
  • Mass web scraping, so you scrape seamlessly hundreds or thousands of URLs at the same time
  • Automatic updates, so you update your data on a regular basis (even when you’re offline)
  • Function monitoring to control and understand the data scraped
  • Auto-refresh, so you don’t have to relaunch the =IMPORTFROMWEB() functions manually
  • IP Rotation: ImportFromWeb uses proxy servers to fetch web pages from different IP addresses so that pages load correctly, every time
  • Number formatting: ImportFromWeb automatically applies number formatting to data, including currency, date and time
  • Templates catalog, so you can enjoy all ImportFromWeb’s ready-to-use solutions designed for Amazon, Google Maps, Google Search, YouTube, Instagram, Yahoo Finance, …

Can ImportFromWeb handle multiple users?

Individual plans do not let you share your account with others. Others can only view the data you scraped. They can not update the data or add/edit new functions to your spreadsheets.

Business plans introduce collaboration features. As long as you are the spreadsheet owner, your colleagues can refresh the IMPORTFROMWEB() functions, as well as add and edit new functions. Credits are counted under the account owner.

Enterprise plans are made for companies that need multiple users. Each user has his own account that can be tailored upon his needs.

Can I cancel my subscription any time?

Yes, you can cancel your subscription plan at any time. It can be done in less than 30 seconds from your customer dashboard.