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Release Notes

This page lists the major changes in each release of Google Apps Script. It is intended to help developers identify recent changes in behavior. For older changes, see the release notes for 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, or 2010.

August 2015

August 10, 2015

  • Deprecated the method Service.enable() in the ScriptApp global object. This method is no longer useful because Apps Script's authorization model has changed since the time the method was introduced.

August 4, 2015

June 2015

June 30, 2015

  • Added two variations of the method computeRsaSha256Signature to the Utilities global object to let scripts sign a string using the RSA SHA-256 algorithm.

May 2015

May 27, 2015

  • Added the method getUserAgent() to the HtmlService global object to let scripts get the user-agent string for the current browser.

May 20, 2015

April 2015

April 23, 2015

  • Add-ons are now out of developer preview. This means anyone can now publish an add-on. New add-ons will still be reviewed prior to publishing, but the publishing process has been streamlined.
  • Add-ons can now be developed and published from standalone scripts (as opposed to scripts bound to a Sheet, Doc, or Form). The add-on must still operate on a Sheet, Doc, or Form, but the script does not need to be bound to a single master file. Developing from a standalone script is preferred in that it makes collaboration and testing easier.
  • Add-on scripts in development can be tested to ensure they behave as intended.
  • The DocsList service, which was deprecated in 2014, has been sunset and no longer functions. Users relying on DocsList should switch to DriveApp.

March 2015

March 19, 2015

  • Added the ability to publish add-ons for domain-wide installation. This lets an admin of a Google Apps domain install and authorize a Docs, Sheets, or Forms add-on for all users in the domain if the add-on is published to the Google Apps Marketplace. If the developer has already published a Google Apps Marketplace app that is closely related to their add-on, they can also choose to bundle the add-on with the Marketplace app so that admins install both the app and the add-on together.
  • Added the ability to change the Google Developers Console project that a script uses for authorization. This feature is most commonly used to bundle an add-on with a Google Apps Marketplace app, as above.

March 4, 2015

February 2015

February 10, 2015

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