In a previous post I introduced TSChatWise … a Google Sheets and Apps Script powered Google Chat tool for teaching and learning. 🚀 This post is the third post in a TSChatWise “Getting Started” series where I’ll discuss how to get started with TSChatWise.
We’ve feature TSChatWise in AppsScriptPulse in the past but worth revisiting as author Laura Taylor has created some resources to help you get started.
I like shortcuts! I’m in constant search of what I deem to be the most simple, efficient and effective shortcuts. I consider any tool, system or methodology which helps me streamline workflow and save precious time a shortcut. When I believe I’ve discovered (or perhaps created) a shortcut, especially a G Suite shortcut, I like to share that shortcut with others.
The article is an overview of the workflow covered in the author’s presentation along with install instructions for trying it out in your G Suite domain.
As one of the only technologists in a family of CPAs I’m always seeking ways to participate in the discussion. So when the topic of using Benford’s Law as a risk assessment tool recently surfaced in conversation I decided to develop a custom macro to automate the analysis inside Google Sheets.
Laura Taylor tackles an interesting topic is this post highlighting how Benford’s Law can be used to detect anomalies in data. Google Apps Script developers might also be interested in the way macros are introduced to the reader.