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There is a lot that can be done with apps script, including publishing web apps; creating custom functions in Sheets; adding menus and dialogs to Docs, Sheets, and Forms; interacting with other Google Services like Maps, Drive, Gmail, and Calendar; and much more. You can also build and publish add-ons to the Google Workspace Marketplace.
You will need a Google Account in order to write Google Apps Script. Google Apps Script can be created directly within a web browser; the IDE for writing the code is online, and code is saved within your Google Drive.
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⦁ Explore how to open the script editor, create projects, write code, and modify code.
⦁ Learn how to interact with Google Services using Apps Script and bring your Google Workspace to the next level.
⦁ Expand your Google Workspace knowledge with exercises and challenges.
⦁ Deploy a web app—a URL that runs front-end code and can be shared with the world.
⦁ Use Google Workspace Services to create a bound script that powers up your Workspace.
⦁ Create bound applications that allow you to use the Google Workspace container and create customized interactions.
⦁ Learn what you can do with apps scripts by creating standalone applications that connect to the Google Workspace and Google Services.
⦁ Create a WebApp URL for sharing and deploying scripts with Google Apps Script.
⦁ Create custom macros, adding advanced functions to your spreadsheet with Google Apps Script.
⦁ Learn to connect your code to a Google Workspace document.
⦁ Get data from your spreadsheet and use it within your code with script.
⦁ Learn about the UI menu and how to add custom functions for users within spreadsheets.
⦁ Interact with Google Workspace services and see examples using classes in Workspace services and how to access class methods.
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