If your organization is using G-Suite (now known as Google Workspaces) then you’re hopefully using Google Apps Script to automate your email communication. (If you aren’t, why not? It’s a brilliant way to manage your communications.) You probably have different types of emails — for different purposes.
Do all of your emails have the same look-and-feel? Do they all match your organization’s branding requirements? How easy is it to update the format for all of them if you need to change a core/base element? Maybe the company tagline and color theme changed — how quickly can you get all of your emails updated?
I am going to show you how to create templated emails so that all of the emails you send have the same look-and-feel and are easy to maintain/update.
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Turn your spreadsheet into a database with examples for querying, inserting, updating, and deleting via API. In this guide. I’ll also explore the limitations of Google Sheets, including scalability, and where it makes sense to start looking at more complex alternatives.
Whilst not directly Google Apps Script related this post from Jacob Lee (Co-founder Autocode) provides lots of useful advice and tips on using Google Sheets as a database. The post also does an excellent job of highlighting the hard limits as well as usability issues before you hit those limits.