Google Apps Developer Newsletter
August 2016
Google Apps Marketplace

Great news! The Google Apps Marketplace will soon be made available to consumer end-users, making your app(s) just a few clicks away from being potentially discovered and installed by millions. To learn more, read on.
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Asana and Google
Partner Showcase: Asana
Asana integrates with Google across many endpoints (Gmail, Calendar, Sheets and Drive to name a few) which lets them deliver truly seamless experiences for their customers and ours. Read their success story, and that of other partners, on our blog.
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API news
Launched: New Metrics on Hangouts and Changes to Google+ Activity Metrics—The new Hangouts metrics have been added to the Reports API and can now be used to track video calls by platform. In addition, a number of Google+ components will soon be unbundled from the Google+ product. The new metrics reflect users of Google+ only.
Launched: External Directory Sharing Setting—In September, we will add two APIs to the recently launched External Directory Sharing Admin console setting. The sharing setting is already enforced in the Google People API, and we will now also enforce it in Google CardDAV API and Google Contacts API v3.
Launched: Gmail API: New Endpoints for Settings—The new feature extends the Gmail API with new endpoints for managing settings such as filters, signatures, out of the office settings, and more.
Launched: Cloud Speech API—The new feature, now in beta, enables users to convert audio into text using standard HTTP GET and POST constructs. The API recognizes over 80 languages and variants, supporting a global user base.
Launched: Cloud Natural Language API—The new feature, now in beta, lets users easily reveal the structure and meaning of their text in a variety of languages. It includes sentiment analysis, entity recognition, and syntax analysis.
Deprecating: Drive Web Hosting—We will discontinue serving content via id on August 31, 2016. Please see alternatives here.
Deprecating: OAuth1—Applications using OAuth 1.0 (2LO) will continue to work until it is fully retired on O‌ctober 20, 2016.
Where to find us
GCP NEXT, September 6, Tokyo
BoxWorks, September 6-8, San Francisco
Dreamforce, O‌ctober 4-7, San Francisco
GCP NEXT, O‌ctober 20, London
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