The following sections describe common actions you may need to perform to maintain and update add-ons that you've published.
Open the Marketplace SDK control panel
The publication settings for your add-on and the appearance of its G Suite Marketplace listing are controlled through the G Suite Marketplace SDK control panel. After you've enabled the G Suite Marketplace SDK for your add-on's script project, you can return to the SDK control panel at any time.
To open the SDK control panel, follow these steps:
- Open the add-on's Cloud Platform project.
- In the console's left navigation, select APIs & services to open the API dashboard.
- In the Dashboard panel, there is a list of APIs your project has enabled at the bottom. Select the G Suite Marketplace SDK link.
This opens the SDK Overview panel. You can configure the SDK from the Configuration and Publish panels. After the add-on is published you can find some usage metrics in the Usage panels.
Open the Chrome Web Store developer dashboard
The publication settings for your editor add-on and the appearance of its Chrome Web Store listing are controlled through the Chrome Web Store developer dashboard. After you've configured your Chrome Web Store listing for your add-on's script project, you can return to the developer dashboard at any time.
To see your add-on listing configuration using the Chrome Web Store developer dashboard, follow these steps:
- Open the Chrome Web Store developer dashboard.
- Find your add-on in the item list and select it.
The Store Listing page opens when you select your add-on. You can review and update the listing details from this page. The dashboard also has additional information about the use of the add-on on the Stats, Pricing and Distribution, and Ratings pages available in the left-nav of the dashboard.
Checking publication status
You can check the publication status of your add-on in the Chrome Web Store by visiting the Chrome Web Store developer dashboard. If the "Status" column says "Published", your add-on is available in the store.
For the G Suite Marketplace, you can check the publication status by doing the following:
- Open the G Suite Marketplace SDK control panel.
- Select the Publish panel.
- At the top of the panel is a Publish status section. Your add-on's publication status is presented here.
Update your editor add-on
To update an editor add-on that you have already published:
- Open the add-on project in the script editor.
- Make the necessary changes to your code.
- Save a new version of your project:
- Click File > Manage versions.
- Optionally provide a version description, then click Save New Version.
- Close the Manage Versions dialog.
- Update the G Suite Marketplace listing:
- Open the G Suite Marketplace SDK control panel and select the Configuration panel.
- If you made changes that added or removed scopes from your add-on project, update the scopes listed in the OAuth 2.0 scopes section to match the new scope list exactly.
- In the Extension section, update the add-on project version to match the new version number you just created.
- Update any other aspects of the G Suite Marketplace listing as needed. For example, you may wish to update the Application description to describe the recent change.
- Click Save changes.
- Update the Chrome Web Store listing:
- In the Apps Script editor, click Publish > Deploy as add-on (or Sheets, Docs, Slides, or Forms add-on).
- In the dialog that appears, change the add-on's details as needed, select the new version of your script, then click Update store item. (If you change the add-on's name, make sure you also change the name of the Apps Script project to match, as the project name is shown in the authorization dialog.)
- In the store listing draft window, make any required changes to the Chrome Web Store listing.
- Click Publish changes, then click OK in the dialog that appears to republish the add-on in the Chrome Web Store.