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Frequently Asked Questions

Is it legal to scrape Google?

Scraping Google using =IMPORTFROMGOOGLE() is based on publicly available information. The function accesses data that is openly accessible on the internet. And generally, accessing and scraping publicly available data from websites is considered legal.

Moreover, with IMPORTFROMGOOGLE, the scraping is made using multiple premium proxies and external rotating IP addresses, so you do not have to worry about the possibility to be banned from scraping Google Search results.

Nonetheless, it remains important to stay informed about the terms and conditions set by Google and exercise scraping responsibly and ethically.

Is there a way to extract emails from websites?

Absolutely! With ImportFromWeb, you can extract emails from websites using our list of generic selectors, which includes emails.

Here’s the formula you have to write: =IMPORTFROMWEB("https://www.example.com", "emails")

Just bear in mind that while these selectors are designed to work with a wide range of websites, the success of email extraction may vary depending on whether the websites follow general guidelines for design and data presentation.

Another way of getting emails is to use the IMPORTFROMGOOGLE function to perform a boolean search and extract the emails: =IMPORTFROMGOOGLE("search_terms","emails")

Use IMPORTFROMGOOGLE function to get emails