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GoogleTasksSynchronizer

Azure Function to Synchronize Google Tasks between multiple accounts.

Deployment

To set up the application create a Google Developer API account here: https://console.developers.google.com/apis/.

Add the API Key to your configuration either through local.settings.json or through environment variables. The key should be "GoogleClientSecret". The value should be the json provided when you "Download JSON" from Google's Credentials screen.

Google Account credentials also need to be provided in the same way. The key for this should be "TaskAccounts" and the value should be JSON like the following:

  • GoogleAccountName is the email address for the Google Account
  • TaskListId is the Id Google provides through their API for the Task List that should be synchronized. This can be obtained with the LogAvailableTaskListIds Azure Function.
  • SynchronizationId is a value to tell the Synchronizer which Task Lists should be synchronized together. All Lists with the same SynchronizationId will be kept in sync.
[
  {
    "GoogleAccountName": "GOOGLE ACCOUNT 1",
    "TaskListId": "Task List Id",
    "SynchronizationId": "Common Identifier"
  },
  {
    "GoogleAccountName": "GOOGLE ACCOUNT 2",
    "TaskListId": "Task List Id",
    "SynchronizationId": "Common Identifier"
  }
]

The first time the application runs you'll need to enable access to your Google API Account from your Google Account with OAuth. This will require a browser and can't occur in Azure so you must run the function locally.

Once this is complete the application will synchronize your Google Tasks whenever it runs.

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