Learn how the Google Tables Apps Script Bot works and see an example of data enrichment using the Mattermark API.
In this post, I’ll show you how to use the new Google Tables Apps Script Bot. When something happens in your Google Table – a new row, or a value changes – a bot can be set to trigger an Apps Script function. It opens up a world of new possibilities.
While the Tables beta has been announced as joining Google Cloud it is still limited to US users. In the meantime for those outside the US we are limited to watching from the sidelines. Fortunately we can watch through the expert eyes of community members, in this case the esteemed Ben Collins. In this post Ben highlights how the experimental Tables Apps Script integration can be used to develop bots.
Source: Data Enrichment with the Google Tables Apps Script Bot –
Learn how to use Google Cloud’s Natural Language API to do sentiment analysis on tickets submitted to a Google Tables Support Issue Tracker. We’ll use Google Tables as the platform for our Support Tracker and Apps Script to connect to the Cloud Natural Language API.
Great example from Ben Collins building on the work of Alicia Williams which shows how you can interact with your Google Tables with Google Apps Script. As part of this solution Ben uses the new Tables Service, which is the latest Advanced Service to hit Google Apps Script, connecting to the Google Cloud Natural Language API. Click through to the source for all the details you need to get started.
Note: Google Tables beta is currently only available in the U.S.
Source: Sentiment Analysis For Google Tables Using Apps Script –