The OnOpen trigger in Google Apps Script is a type of event trigger that runs a script when a user opens a Google Sheets file or a Google Docs document. It allows you to perform certain actions or customize the behavior of the file when it is accessed by users.
Time-driven triggers in Google Apps Script allow you to schedule scripts to run at specific time intervals or specific times of day. They provide a convenient way to automate tasks and perform actions on a regular basis.
As you manage your Google Sheets spreadsheet, it’s essential to keep track of when specific actions occur. Manually adding date and time stamps to each row can be time-consuming and prone to errors. However, with the power of Google Apps Script, you can automate this process. In this tutorial, I will guide you through the steps to automatically add date […]
Asana and Google Sheets are two powerful tools that can help streamline your workflow. Wouldn’t it be great if you could automate the process of creating tasks in Asana directly from Google Sheets? In this guide, I will walk you through the steps to securely integrate Asana and Google Sheets, ensuring data integrity while automating task creation.