Google Apps Developer Newsletter
July 2016
Introducing Docs and Sheets add-ons for Android
Introducing Docs and Sheets add-ons for Android
Good news! We now have easy ways for you to integrate your mobile apps with Docs and Sheets on Android! If you're looking to potentially reach thousands of end-users and help them do more on their devices, check out our latest announcement.
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"Integrate This Live featuring Google Drive" Re-Show
Looking to integrate with Google Drive? Catch up to a recording of our first-ever live show that took place earlier this month, featuring an interview and tips from our partners Salesforce and Smartsheet.
Watch it now ->
API news
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: Mobile Audit in the Reports API—The new feature audits activities on iOS and Android devices managed by Google Mobile Management, giving administrators the visibility into key activities occurring in their domain.
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.
Developer news
DocuSign, PandaDoc, Scanbot, EasyBib, and Google Classroom announce the launch of their new Android add-ons for Docs. Learn more here.
ProsperWorks, Zoho CRM, AppSheet, and Teacher Aide announce the launch of their new Android add-ons for Sheets. Learn more here.
Smartsheet launches Card View, giving teams a more visual way to work, communicate, and collaborate.
OverDrive sites can now be opened and created from the Drive user interface, making it easier for users to create new sites.
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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