Many of our customers already take advantage of the Drive Labels capabilities to classify content and implement policies on their Drive files for governance and Data Loss Prevention.
Today, we’re happy to announce a highly requested update that will enable you to programmatically manage labels at scale via Drive APIs.
Google Workspace devs might be interested in this update to the Drive Labels API which enables additional functionality. As noted in the source post:
The new Drive Labels API supports reading Drive Label taxonomies. New functionality in the Drive API can be used to apply labels, set fields on files, and find files by label metadata. As a whole, these new API features enable numerous use cases including, bulk-classification, Apps Script driven workflows, third-party integrations, and other organizing and finding needs.
The post includes links to a number of useful resources including reference documentation.
The Google Forms API provides programmatic access for managing Google Forms and acting on responses— empowering developers to build powerful integrations on top of Forms.
Available to all Google Workspace customers, as well as legacy G Suite Basic and Business customers and users with personal Google Accounts
We’ve shared a couple of updates on the new Google Forms API previously here on Apps Script Pulse. The good news is the Forms API is now out of beta and available for testing and deployment. For Google Apps Script devs I’m sure you are thinking ‘but we can use the Forms Service?’ You can and likely in most instances to be the first port of call, but the new API brings some additional functionality not supported in Forms Service, in particular, a trigger when a Google Form is edited.
The Google Forms API is now rolling out as an Open Beta which means developers who are part of our Early Adopter Program can make their integrations available to the public. We’ll no longer require individual end-user accounts to be allowlisted. … Developers can apply to join our Early Adopter Program and begin developing using the Google Forms API by filling out this form.
In other Google Workspace news the new Google Forms API continues it’s journey to general availability with the announcement of the open beta. Just as the other Google Workspace REST APIs can be useful to Google Apps Script developers it’s useful to keep an eye on what is possible in the Forms API.
Google Workplace Add-ons are now available for Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides. Google Workspace Add-ons are already available for Calendar, Gmail, and Google Drive.
There have been Editor Add-ons for a number of years, with Google Workspace Add-ons developers can tap into a new integrated user experience. One of the main differences with Workspace Add-ons is the use of the Card service rather than custom HTML (HTMLService). The benefit of switching to a Card service is cross platform support including integration into Google’s Workspace mobile apps.
Follow the link to the source post for links to all the relevant developer documentation.