Amazon Line Item Importer for Google Sheets​

Amazon-Line-Item-Importer

An experimental workflow to track and categorize every item you buy from Amazon with detailed, line-item precision in a Tiller-powered Google Spreadsheet.

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Built for Google Sheets powered by Tiller, the Amazon Line Item Importer allows you to download and ingest a CSV file of your order history from Amazon to accurately categorize your Amazon spending.

You can learn more and discuss the Amazon Line Item Importer in the Tiller Community.

Instead of seeing a single charge from Amazon.com in your Tiller Sheet, this workflow:

  • Creates new rows for each item purchased
  • Pulls in each product’s name and details
  • Shows exactly what you paid for it

For example, after running the workflow, instead of seeing a single charge like this:

You’ll see discrete line-items in your Tiller Sheet, like this:

You can then accurately categorize and track each item you purchased:

FAQ

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Designed for the Tiller Money Feeds Add-on
This template is designed to work with the Tiller Money Feeds Add-on for Google Sheets.

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Works with AutoCat
This template is compatible with AutoCat for Google Sheets, which can automatically categorize transactions for you. Learn about AutoCat →

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