Implementing Arduino Data Logging to Google Sheets for Valve Actions

Hello everyone, I want some expert opinions based on experience 🙂. Although I have done some research but what way would you think it's best to implement data logging in Arduino ( the board I'm planning on using in my project) to record each action - in this case turning (ON a valve) to a spreadsheet like Google sheets.
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If you want to log events online somewhere, I'd reecon you go with some ESP32 or ESP8266 chip than going with Arduinio(atmega328). The ESP chip have built in wifi and bluetooth so you dont need to mess around with modules etc. You can still use the arduino IDE for programming them
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hemalchevli
hemalchevli•2mo ago
Hey @Ben This sound like a classic XY problem, to help you better, could you please tell us the bigger picture on what you want to do?
Ben
Ben•2mo ago
Hi, here what I'm doing. I'm trying to automate an artificial fish pond, that changes the water automatically, so I want to log that event
Ben
Ben•2mo ago
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hemalchevli
hemalchevli•2mo ago
If you want to log events online somewhere, I'd reecon you go with some ESP32 or ESP8266 chip than going with Arduinio(atmega328). The ESP chip have built in wifi and bluetooth so you dont need to mess around with modules etc. You can still use the arduino IDE for programming them
Ben
Ben•2mo ago
Thanks, I will go for esp 32
Edison
Edison•2mo ago
If power if not a consideration,you could also use GSM and do some http to your online excel.
Ben
Ben•2mo ago
Thanks 🙏,
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