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Sync data from Datawarehouse.io to Facebook Product Catalog

Connect your data from Datawarehouse.io to Facebook Product Catalog with Hightouch. No APIs, no months-long implementations, and no CSV files. Just your data synced forever.

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Spotify.
Betterment.
NBA.
PetSmart.
Tripadvisor.
GameStop.
Cars.com.
Weight Watchers.
Iterable.
Ramp.
Plaid.
Calendly.
GitLab.
Malwarebytes.
Greenhouse.
Retool.
Spotify.
Betterment.
NBA.
PetSmart.
Tripadvisor.
GameStop.
Cars.com.
Weight Watchers.
Iterable.
Ramp.
Plaid.
Calendly.
GitLab.
Malwarebytes.
Greenhouse.
Retool.

Activate your data in 3 easy steps

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Use cases

Sync data from Datawarehouse.io to Facebook Product Catalog in less than 5 minutes

  • Insert products into your product catalog directly from your data warehouse
  • Keep your product data up to date and delete products automatically when they leave your warehouse
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What methods can I use to model my Datawarehouse.io data?

  • dbt model selector

    Semi-opaque, open dropdown with three example dbt model names such as 'dbt.model.name.1'.

    Sync directly with your dbt models saved in a git.

  • SQL editor

    SQL editor.

    Create and Edit SQL from your browser. Hightouch supports SQL native to Datawarehouse.io.

  • Table selector

    Semi-opaque open dropdown with three example table names such as 'schema.table.name.1'.

    Select available tables and sheets from Datawarehouse.io and sync using existing views without having to write SQL.

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