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Google Sheets Spreadsheet ID (Easiest Way to Find It in 2024)

Google Sheets Spreadsheet ID

A Google Sheets spreadsheet ID is a unique identifier used by Google Sheets to distinguish each spreadsheet. This ID is part of the URL of the spreadsheet when you open it in your web browser.

For example, in the URL:

the spreadsheet ID is the string of characters between /d/ and /edit, which in this case is:


This ID is used in various Google Sheets API requests to specify which spreadsheet you want to access or modify. It's a critical component for developers working with Google Sheets through the API, allowing for operations such as reading or writing data to specific sheets within the spreadsheet.

How to Find Google Sheets Spreadsheet ID

Follow the steps below to find your spreadsheet ID in Google Sheets. 

1. Open the Google Sheets Spreadsheet and View the URL

Open your Google Sheets spreadsheet and identify the browser’s address bar where the URL of the spreadsheet is displayed.

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2. Locate the Unique Spreadsheet ID Within the URL

Find the spreadsheet ID in the URL. It is the long sequence of characters located between "/d/" and "/edit".

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3. Highlight and Copy the Spreadsheet ID from the URL

Highlight and copy the ID portion from the URL. Use shortcuts like Ctrl+C (Windows) or Cmd+C (Mac) to copy.

4. Use the Copied Spreadsheet ID for Your Required Purpose

With the spreadsheet ID copied, you can now use it for various purposes, such as accessing the spreadsheet through the Google Sheets API or sharing it with specific permissions.

We hope that you now have a better understanding of what the Google Sheets spreadsheet ID is and how to find it. If you enjoyed this article, you might also like our article on how to use the LINEST function in Google Sheets or our article on how to set up Google Sheets to generate a unique ID.

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