The next episode of Totally Unscripted is scheduled usual time Wednesday 24 November. For the episode we are looking at ‘Building successful Add-ons for Google Workspace’, joined by two top add-on developers, Romain Vialard, Founder of Scriptit & John McGowan, CEO of Unicorn Magic, and Elena Kingbo, Program Manager on the Google Workspace Platform team and involved in the Google Workspace Marketplace:
The Google Workspace Marketplace offers users and administrators alike a wide variety of third party solutions that extend Google Workspace. Creating a successful add-on for the Marketplace takes more than a bit of luck to stand out from the crowd. In this episode we will chat with two purveyors of well-known add-ons Romain Vialard, Founder of Scriptit & John McGowan, CEO of Unicorn Magic, to hear what it takes to create a thriving business in the world of Workspace Add-ons. Also joining us will be Elena Kingbo, Program Manager on the Google Workspace Platform team, who helps guide developers through their Add-on journey.
As always the show is broadcast live and you can ask questions via chat, but also interested to hear in advance any of your burning questions for our panel using the comments section below or tweeting them to @AppsScriptInfo. What are your pain points? If you haven’t published a Workspace Add-on what are the blockers? Or anything else you would like to hear more?
For our next episode of Totally Unscripted we look at Google Chat, specifically Google Chat Apps. As part of this we will be joined by Aidha Shaikh who leads the Chat App strategy at Google. This episode will be broadcast live and you can join the conversation in the YouTube Live chat.
Chat bots (aka Chat Apps) offer developers a framework for building solutions within conversations and direct messages inside of Google Chat. As Google Chat has become a more integral part of Google Workspace, Chat Apps have evolved to offer developers new capabilities which in turn creates opportunities for richer interactions, integrations and workflows. In this episode, we will discuss “What’s new in the world of Chat Apps” with Aidha Shaikh, Product Manager on the Google Workspace Platform team, who leads the Chat App strategy at Google.
Totally Unscripted returns on 03 November at 1200 PDT / 1500 EDT / 1900 GMT (earlier time for those not watching in North America), this time joined by guests Kelly Wright (Director of Google Workspace, SADA) and Kevin Tuuri (Solutions Architect, SADA):
SADA is a Google Cloud Premier Partner that focuses on Google Cloud consulting, migration and deployment, custom development, user adoption, and change management services. As an industry leader in helping organizations implement Google Workspace, SADA has developed a practice area that builds custom solutions as unique as their customers. In this episode of Totally Unscripted, we will hear from Kelly Wright, Director of Google Workspace, and Kevin Tuuri, Solutions Architect, about how they help customers get more out of Google Workspace by customizing they way they use it. This episode will be broadcast live and you can join the conversation in the YouTube Live chat. – https://youtu.be/b_wiI8InwC0
The AppsScriptPulse website was launched in 2019, providing a curated collection of the latest Google Apps Script contributions from both Google, but focusing on community contributions. The site now has over 600 solutions, snippets, tutorials and resources updated almost daily. In this episode of Totally Unscripted we are joined by Romain Vialard, Phil Bainbridge and Scott ‘Yagi’ Donald who have individually provided the top 3 Pulse contributions for 2021.
We will discuss the solutions they have created which range from offline Apps Script development with VS Code/clasp to document automation to creating games in Google Slides. This episode will be broadcast live and you can join the conversation in the YouTube Live chat.
As part of our last episode of Totally Unscripted we spoke to former Google Workspace DevRel Eric Koleda about his new role supporting the Coda community.
Coda provides word-processing, spreadsheet, and database functions. It’s a canvas that blends spreadsheets, presentations, apps, and documents together. The software can integrate with third-party services like Slack and Gmail.
Eric gave a fantastic overview of the Coda platform highlighting opportunities for developers to integrate with services like Google Apps Script via the Coda REST API and the new Coda Packs, which are currently in beta.
The clip is an excerpt from the full show where we get to see these features in action and some additional resources referenced are linked below:
In this episode of Totally Unscripted, we will catch up with Eric Koleda who has been a well known fixture to Google Workspace Developers for the better part of a decade. Now that his legendary career as a Google Workspace Developer Relations Engineer has come to a close, we will reminisce with Eric about the impact of Apps Script and how Workspace development has evolved. We will also take a look at the future and get some insights about his new role and the breakthrough technology at Coda, where he’s begun his new life after Apps Script.
This episode will be broadcast live TUESDAY 19 Oct. at 1200 PDT / 1500 EDT / 2000 GMT+1 and you can join the conversation in the YouTube Live chat.
Google Workspace offers developers REST APIs to interact programmatically with nearly every product and feature within the suite. In this episode of Totally Unscripted, we are going to take a first look at a BRAND NEW API for Workspace that is being announced earlier in the day at Google Cloud Next. Curious what that API is? Tune in to the broadcast live where we are joined by guests Christian Schalk (Developer Advocate, Google) and Hannah Pho (Software Engineer, Google) along with early Forms API partners Charles Kemp (Strategic Alliances Manager, Zapier) and Charles Wiles (CEO, Zzish) to find out and you can join the conversation in the YouTube Live chat.
Imagine trying to be a successful developer without good documentation? Yet as developers, we often don’t admit how lost we would be without it. Truth is, creating and maintaining developer documentation is an art; Developers demand content that is concise, but thorough; simple to find and up to date, while covering every obscure feature ever released. If developing a solution is a journey for developers, it’s technical writers who are the unsung heroes who guide us to success with their thoughtful art. In this episode of Totally Unscripted, Kara Ireland and Nathan Gammie will join us from the Google Workspace Developers documentation team, who will give a glimpse into how their team creates the content that keeps Workspace developers on a journey to success. This episode will be broadcast live and you can join the conversation in the YouTube Live chat.
This episode is a great opportunity to find out how to develop clear and concise documentation. As well as discovering some of the processes behind the scenes of the Google Workspace Developers documentation you can join the live show YouTube chat to ask questions and become a better technical writer.
If you have had to electronically sign a document before you are likely to be one of the 200+ users who have used DocuSign. DocuSign provides a suite of services to support the entire contract lifecycle from eSignature to automation to analysis. Whilst DocuSign has its own full range of services and integrations DocuSign developers and partners build the customized and integrated experiences that account for roughly 60% of all of DocuSign’s transactions. In this episode of Totally Unscripted we are joined by Jeremy Glassenberg Product Leader, APIs at DocuSign. Jermey will provide an overview of DocuSign APIs and opportunities to integrate with Google Workspace. This episode will be broadcast live and you can join the conversation in the YouTube Live chat.
We are back with another episode of Totally Unscripted this time joined by Anu Srivastava, Senior Developer Programs Engineer, Google Cloud. As part of this show we are looking at Document AI, one of the latest Google services that lets you do magical things with scanned document images:
Document AI uses machine learning on a scalable cloud-based platform to help your organization efficiently scan, analyze, and understand documents. Manually inputting invoices, receipts, and expenses can be time-consuming, but it doesn’t have to be. The Procurement Document AI is a tool that allows you to digitize unstructured content into structured data. This is just one of the many scenarios where Document AI can be used to develop smart workflows. In this episode of Totally Unscripted we are joined by Anu Srivastava, Senior Developer Programs Engineer, Google Cloud, who will show how Document AI can be used to automate a range of workflows. This episode will be broadcast live and you can join the conversation in the YouTube Live chat.
The Google Workspace developer community show, Totally Unscripted, is back this Wednesday! We’ll be broadcasting live at the usual time 1200 PDT / 1500 EDT / 2000 GMT+1 with Wednesday’s targeted as our new ‘day’.
For our return we’ll be bringing you an episode on ‘Wholly Sheets: Tips for building productivity solutions with Google Sheets’. Tune in live to ask questions or immediately watch the recording on demand.
Full show description below:
Spreadsheets are the swiss army knife of productivity tools where they are used (and sometimes misused) as databases, workflow engines, project management tools, custom calculators, and oh yeah… spreadsheets. In this episode of Totally Unscripted, we will chat with Jonathan Butler, Software Engineer at Viriya Consulting, and Spencer Farris, a Google Sheets & Apps Script Consultant, about how they are build spreadsheet solutions that range from small problem-solving automations to full blown critical applications.
In this episode of Totally Unscripted we are joined by Jay Lee, creator of Google Apps Manager (GAM). GAM is an open source command line tool for Linux, MacOS and Windows which allows administrators to easily manage domain and user settings in Google Workspace. GAM is particularly useful for running bulk operations running commands in parallel from a text or .csv file. This episode will be an opportunity to find out how you can start automating your Google Workspace administration as well as some of the newer GAM features including creating a GAM powered Google Chat Bot.
Over half a million people, including marketers, data analysts, and data engineers, use Supermetrics to move data from popular marketing platforms (such as Facebook, Google Ads, and HubSpot) to Google Sheets, Google Data Studio and other destinations. With 10% of global online ad spend reported through Supermetrics and a growing distributed product engineering team, management and testing of their Apps Script deployments is key. In this episode of Totally Unscripted we speak to Supermetrics founder, CEO (and Apps Script developer), Mikael Thuneberg, and Supermetrics senior software developer James Elderfield to find out about Supermetrics development infrastructure and approaches to testing and monitoring.
Find out how to developing a market leading Google Workspace Add-on at 1200 PDT / 1500 EDT / 2000 GMT+1 on Thursday 10 June 2021 and tune in live to join the conversation with our guest!
We are back and for the next episode of Totally Unscripted revisiting Google no/low code application development platform AppSheet. We are joined by Christian Schalk (Developer Advocate, Google Cloud) to look at the new AppSheet Automation, which uses Google AI to make it easier to automate business processes.
By making it easier to automate processes, AppSheet Automation helps users reduce IT overheads and save money. Automation also includes the ability to build and embed rich AppSheet views in Gmail to perform approvals on the go.
Tune in live to find out everything a Google Workspace developer needs to know about this and other new features in AppSheet.