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expose logging to the end-user #221

mengwong opened this Issue Sep 29, 2016 · 2 comments


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mengwong commented Sep 29, 2016

it would be nice to have a mechanism for the google apps javascript to log to a user-visible spreadsheet. right now if the user wants to view execution logs they have to go to tools / script editor which is a bit technical. if we could create a LOGGING sheet in the spreadsheet they could be hinted to go look in that sheet instead.


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chiahli commented Sep 29, 2016

lol i think if the end user is someone who is able to understand the execution logs, they should have no problem with the technical process of going to tools / script editor.


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wtf commented Oct 3, 2016

It would be quite useful to allow the user to adjust the module-specific log levels from the Logging sheet itself. Furthermore, our default log level is hard coded to 6, but while debugging sometimes 7 makes more sense. So, we should allow the Logging sheet to specify the default log level as well.

For the above, we should add a CONFIGURATION section to the Logging sheet, and the next section could be called LOGGING OUTPUT.

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