I agree with Sergiy that the dev team will need to evaluate whether Google Sheets can always ingest what SuSo produces.
There are certainly external software tools that could help get this job done. In the R universe, there is a package for publishing to Google Sheets (see more here). In the Python universe (which I only know through quick Googling), there look to be tools too (here)
In other words, what you’re proposing could be done with the current features. But this would require some additional work for the end user/developer:
- Writing a script to automate SuSo data export
- Writing a script to post data to Google Sheets (e.g., using R or Python wrappers for Google Sheets API mentioned above)
- Creating/running a job to get export data (e.g., cron job/scheduled event to run a download script)
Emanuele, could you say more about why one would want/need to publish data to Google Sheets? Also, why target Google Sheets instead of other cloud storage options (e.g., Dropbox/OneDrive/etc. folder)? (For my part, I could see how this might be useful to have data easily accessible to several users/services–for example, dashboards–without needing to build up infrastructure.)
Also, are you looking for an API endpoint for the cloud export operations that exist in the GUI (here)?