Extract text from gmail body to GSheet

Hi! I need to extract specific informations (name, email & phone number) from a gmail body, and send it to specific gsheet rows.

I am stuck where I need to extract the correct informations. Here are some screenshots with the informations I need to extract (red arrows) and where they need to go :

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No problem. Here is the texte I would like to match :slight_smile:

Name : Lead name
Email : lead@email.com
Phone : 45012345678
Message : test

Have a nice day

So I need the 3 first variables (Name, Email & Phone) to be sent in my Gsheet.

Welcome to the Make community!


You can use a Text Parser “Match Pattern” module with this Pattern (regular expression):

Name : (?<name>[^\n]+)\s+Email : (?<email>[^\n]+)\s+Phone : (?<phone>[^\n]+)



Important Info

  • :warning: Global match must be set to NO!

For more information, see Text Parser in the Make Help Center:

Match Pattern
The Match pattern module enables you to find and extract string elements matching a search pattern from a given text. The search pattern is a regular expression (aka regex or regexp), which is a sequence of characters in which each character is either a metacharacter, having a special meaning, or a regular character that has a literal meaning.

Hope this helps!


Thank you so much, looks like it’s now working!