This Google Apps Script allows you to create a Google Calendar event by sending yourself an email in Gmail. Unlike Gmail’s current feature to create Google Calendar events, this script allows you to be on a mobile device.
We’ve featured a couple of contributions from Al Chen in the past and this is another great one. For some context Al has also posted
Productivity hack for creating a Google Calendar event by sending yourself an email. For the source code and setup follow the link at the end of the post. If you use Product Hunt and find this solution you can upvote here.
GitHub – al-codaio/events-from-gmail: Create Google Calendar events from sending yourself a Gmail on a mobile device using Google Apps Script.
A tutorial on how you can sync and analyze your Peloton workout stats into Coda with custom dashboards. Sync with a Google Apps Script or serverless function on Google Cloud.
We’ve featured this example from Al Chen on
interacting with Peleton data with Google Apps Script before. Al has recently updated the post to include a “new table ‘Friend Workouts’ contains latest 10 cycling workouts from people you follow”. Follow the source link for more details…
Analyze your Peloton workout stats with real-time updates
Last year I published a tutorial on how to sync data between two Coda docs and data between two Google Sheets. What was missing from the tutorial was how to sync data between a Coda doc and a Google Sheet.
A step-by-step walk-through by Al Chen on syncing data from
Coda -> Google Sheets and from Google Sheets -> Coda
Syncing Data from Coda to Google Sheets And Vice Versa with Google Apps Script [A How-To Guide] | Hacker Noon
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