Source: Apps Script V8 Runtime Explained For Non-Professional Developers
SheetsCon 2020 was the world’s first, dedicated online conference for Google Sheets users on 11th – 12th March 2020.
We had 11 world-class experts talk about how they craft solutions using Google Sheets and G Suite.
Over the course of two jam-packed days, we had everything from deep-dive tutorials on specific topics to cutting-edge solutions across different industries. We had 1-on-1 networking opportunities, roundtable discussion rooms with other professionals and an Expo Hall with vendors at the forefront of the Google Sheets movement.
Listen to all the replays and access all the templates when you enroll for free.
Whilst this was Google Sheets focused there are a number of sessions that cover Google Apps Script and G Suite Add-on development. As well as the replays there are a number of linked resources you can also use.
Source: SheetsCon 2020 Replays
The conversation includes Ben’s usage of automated sentiment analysis of feedback from his courses.
Source: JSJ 419: Google AppScript with Ben Collins
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Come and celebrate Google Sheets at SheetsCon 2020, the world’s first, dedicated online conference for Google Sheets users.
Listen to world-class experts talk about how they craft solutions using Google Sheets and G Suite.
Over the course of two jam-packed days, you’ll hear everything from deep-dive tutorials on specific topics to cutting-edge solutions across different industries. You’ll have the chance to network with other professionals and meet vendors at the forefront of the Google Sheets movement.
Looks like a great event being hosted by Ben Collins for Google Sheets users. Click through to the SheetsCon 2020 website for the full agenda and free registration
Source: SheetsCon 2020
Every Monday I send out a Google Sheets tip email and occasionally I’ll include a formula challenge…. It would have been too time consuming to reply to all 150 responses manually from my inbox. Since 95% of all my replies would be the same … it was a perfect case for automation.
Ben Collins expertly shares how he automates part of his Gmail inbox to review emails in Google Sheets and prepare draft replies to be sent as responses. As always Ben provides details of each step and the code.
PS Don’t miss Ben’s free Automation With Apps Script course – enrolment closes 31 January 2020.
Source: Gmail Mail Merge For A Specific Label With Apps Script – Ben Collins
Use Google Apps Script to create Google Sheets sort-by-color and filter-by-color features and replicate the functionality that Excel has.
Love the clever workaround Ben Collins uses to let you filter and/or sort a Google Sheet by cell colour. Ben’s post includes all the code you need and an explanation of how it works … or you can just make a copy of the sheet and start using yourself.
Source: Google Sheets Sort By Color And Google Sheets Filter By Color, With Apps Script
Google Sheets expert Ben Collins shares tips and tricks for getting the most out of G Suite for your personal or business email.
In this interview Ben also shares a number of Google Apps Script based solutions he has developed and shared for managing his inbox including “I wrote a small program that automatically creates a draft reply from each row of my Google Sheet. Based on the sentiment of the response, the program adds a generic thank you message. Now my workflow is to go directly to my draft Gmail folder, review these draft emails (which include the feedback so I don’t even have to look at the Google Sheet) and add a custom response before hitting send”. You can view the interview for a link to the example script Ben shared for this.
Source: How I Email: Ben Collins, Google Sheets Developer & Data Analytics Instructor – The Gmail Genius
Learn how to use Goal Seek in Google Sheets. The Goal Seek feature enables you to change input values to make a formula result match the goal you specify.
We’ve highlighted the new Goal Seek Add-on previous in Pulse, but if you missed it or wanted to see some more practical use cases Ben Collins has expertly covered how to setup and use it.
Source: Goal Seek in Google Sheets – How To Use Goal Seek In Google Sheets