You’ve marked your students test scores and recorded it all in a beautiful Google Sheet.
You’ve dotted your i’s and crossed your t’s, checked your spelling and made sure all your scores are ready to go.
Now comes the tedious part, copying and pasting each student’s scores and feedback into an email or Slack message to send back to them.
Wait, there’s a better way!
With a little bit of upfront effort using Google Apps Script, you can build yourself a custom Google Sheets Slack/Email app that can automate that whole final step for you.
Besides being useful, it’s also pretty fun to post stuff from your Google Sheet direct to Slack!
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In a different post, I looked at importing social media data into a Google Sheet. Since then, I’ve had a few readers contact me to ask if there’s a way to save the imported data, so that you have a record of the data at set time intervals (e.g. once a day or once a week).
The answer is: Absolutely!
It involves writing a short script but it’s pretty simple and we can even set up the whole shebang to run automatically in the background.
This functionality plays a big part in my online course when we save social media metrics for the digital marketing dashboard project. Check it out here:
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