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Docs, Sheets and Forms add-ons now open to all developers

Starting today, any developer can publish an add-on. We can’t wait to see what you will build!

#GoogleDev  

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Just a few weeks ago, the Google Sheets team introduced greatly improved control over protected sheets and ranges. Developers have told us they're looking for the same power in Google Apps Script — after all, ever since we added data validation to the Spreadsheet service, programmatic control over protected ranges has been the most popular request on the Apps Script issue tracker.

Today, that control is yours.

With the new Protection class in the Spreadsheet service, your scripts can touch every aspect of range or sheet protection, just like in the new UI.

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Faster html in add-ons.

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I've seen many requests in the Docs Help Forum for the ability to create custom paragraph styles. As it was one of my personal top feature requests, I took some time and built a Docs add-on that (in my opinion) makes easier to manage paragraph styles, as well as create new ones (up to six, right now)

If you ever wanted something like this, give the add-on a shot :)

#googledocs   #addon   #ParagraphStyle   #googledrive   #formatting  

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Welcome Smartsheet to Docs and Forms add-ons store.

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Finally got around to publishing an add-on of my own: Crop Sheet. I'm a bit of neat freak when it comes to spreadsheets, and tens of empty columns and hundreds of empty rows always kind of bugged me. With a couple clicks you can crop your sheet to just the part that has data in it. The code is open source and hosted on GitHub: https://github.com/erickoledadevrel/crop-sheet/blob/master/Code.js

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Forms add-ons are now available!

If you want to develop a Forms add-ons, then please submit your request here.

https://developers.google.com/apps-script/add-ons/publish

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Can't wait to see what get built with time triggers!!
Time-based triggers now in Add-ons

A few weeks ago we announced in a blog post (http://goo.gl/Js3mEH) that add-ons could start using triggers, and those of you with a keen eye may have noticed that time-based triggers were missing from the list. It took a couple of extra days to get those working right, but we're happy to announce that time-based triggers can now be used as well.

Be aware that time-based triggers in add-ons behave differently than those in regular scripts. Most notably, they can only fire at most once an hour. Take a look at our trigger documentation for the full list of caveats.
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