Lucidchart integration for Google Sheets

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Google Sheets Lucidchart integration Google Sheets is by far the most popular spreadsheet app online, with good reason: free with any Google Apps account, it’s both powerful and easy to use. But even the best organized data collection can turn into a confusing eyesore. That’s why we’re pleased to share the Lucidchart add-on for Google Sheets.


Matching data with diagrams

Adding an explanatory diagram to a data set gives context, so viewers can grasp the situation right away and better know what to do as a result. A sitemap is a perfect companion to a data set showing the results of pages undergoing A/B tests. A flowchart explaining changes to a business model over the past year nicely complements a year-end financial report. From mockups to Venn diagrams, the possibilities for combining info with images are endless. Lucidchart diagrams fill a different role than the Google Sheet built-in chart generator. Lucidchart diagrams supplement data sets with context and insight, and the Google Sheet chart generator converts a data set into an easy-to-digest visual. Both approaches add a necessary level of clarity and depth to your communication.

Getting started

There are two ways to install the Lucidchart add-on for Google Sheets:

  • While editing a Sheet, click “Add-ons,” then “Get Add-ons” and search for “Lucidchart.” Click “Free” to install.
  • From the Chrome Web Store listing for Lucidchart, click “Free.”

In both cases, grant permission to link Lucidchart with Google Sheets as prompted.

Using the add-on

Follow these steps to easily insert a diagram in Google Sheets:

  1. On the add-ons menu, click “Lucidchart Diagrams for Sheets,” followed by “Insert diagram.”
  2. Sign into Lucidchart in the sidebar, or sign up for a free account.
  3. Select the document you’d like to add and click “Insert.”
  4. Click and drag to reposition the image after it appears.

There are also options for setting a fixed image size or creating a new document. If you create a new document, be sure to close and reopen the sidebar to refresh the document list. Adding diagrams to any Google Sheet gives your project the effectiveness and power of visualization.


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Lucidchart is the intelligent diagramming application that empowers teams to clarify complexity, align their insights, and build the future—faster. With this intuitive, cloud-based solution, everyone can work visually and collaborate in real time while building flowcharts, mockups, UML diagrams, and more.

The most popular online Visio alternative, Lucidchart is utilized in over 180 countries by millions of users, from sales managers mapping out target organizations to IT directors visualizing their network infrastructure.

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