This article will show you how you can setup, train, and predict spreadsheet data with deep-learning framework Tensorflow.js. You don’t need to call REST APIs or use other 3rd parties storage and algorithm. All your data stays in your secure Google Sheet.
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Notes for “Google App Scripting for Automating SEO Tasks” by @dsottimano— Eric Wu ❤️💐 (@eywu) December 4, 2019
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After 10 years at Google I had accumulated a lot of labels in Gmail, most of them unused for years. Managing them in the UI was too tedious, so I put together a Sheet + Apps Script to allow me to manage them in bulk. Now you can too! https://t.co/YTLVNFgbKd pic.twitter.com/p0NX8hJpRe
— Eric Koleda (@erickoleda) November 15, 2019
Use this spreadsheet to manage your Gmail labels in bulk! To get started, follow the steps below:
- Make a copy of this spreadsheet.
- Wait a few moments for the “Bulk Labels” menu to appear.
- Click “Bulk Labels > Pull labels”.
- When prompted, grant the script authorization to your account.
You can then use the spreadsheet to create, rename, and delete labels. You can also merge labels, which deletes a label but also moves all of it’s messages to another label.
When ready, click “Bulk Labels > Perform actions” to make the updates.
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Semrush.com in my opinion, is one of the best SEO tools on the market. I especially love their API and the data they provide. I also live in Spreadsheets, so I decided to combine the two in this project.
From now on, you’re only an Excel (Google sheets) formula away from some of the best data in the industry.