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Followup... example difficult to use... #2

zipzit opened this issue Dec 16, 2015 · 0 comments


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commented Dec 16, 2015

Many thanks for sharing your work on this. You've got me to do some research into Google Apps Script, something I'd never heard of before. For other folks like me, I'd recommend the following upgrade to your file. If you want I'd be happy to submit via github branch. I would have contacted you via email, but that's not listed in your public profile. Again, thanks. LB Corney (


Google App Script Web App

Uses a web site form to add simple data. Data is stored in google sheet named "timeSheet". It will add events to google calendar and email you every saturday a digest.

Uses google sheets, calendar, and gmail to keep track of time.

For anyone not familiar with Google Script Apps, there is a lot of information available online.

To run this sample: (reference)

  1. Open up your browser to
  2. Ensure you are logged in to Google. (check upper right hand corner of the page.)
  3. Click on the 3x3 box icon, then select Google Drive.
  4. Select New --> More --> Google Apps Script
  5. Copy the contents of file from this repository to your script.
  6. In the script editor tool, choose File --> New --> HTML file. This will create a new tab in your editor.
  7. Copy the contents of index.html from this repository to your new html file.
  8. Save all files, give your project a name.
  9. "Once that basic framework is in place, all you have to do is save a version of your script, then deploy your script as a web app." See instructions at
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