The Google Apps Script, courtesy @andrewwilson, uses incoming webhooks to post email messages from your Gmail mailbox into Slack channel.
The Twitter bot, written with Google Apps Script, will auto-favorite and retweet tweets every few minutes.
Like WordPress, you can also manage your Blogger blogs using Google Apps Scripts. You need to enable the Blogger API from your Google Developers console and also include the Apps Script oAuth2 library in your Google Apps script project.
The Twitter Search Archiver uses the OAuth1 library for Google Apps Script to talk to the Twitter Search API.
With Google Cloud Print, you can manage your printers and create print jobs from any computer or mobile device even if they are not connected to the printer or they are on a different network.
Google Drive maintains a history of all edits made to a file and this information comes if you are trying to figure out who modified the files in your Google Drive.
When you upload your images to Google Photos, they also become available in Google Drive and you can these access these image files with Google Apps Scripts and the Google Drive API.
Dan Thareja has written a Google Script that will let you export all the formulas, cell values and notes from a Google Spreadsheet as a JSON file.
You can setup a cron job in Google Drive using Google Apps Script that will send any Google Spreadsheet, or any other document or file in the Drive, to one or more email addresses at a specified time.
The Google Script from @oshliaer will save the body of email messages from Gmail to the currently active worksheet inside Google Spreadsheet.
You can use Google Apps Script to talk to the Insightly API and the project data can be integrated with other Google Services like Google Spreadsheet or Gmail.
Gravity Forms is an extremely popular Forms plugin for the WordPress. When someone submits a form created with Gravity Forms, the form data is saved inside the MySQL database associated with your WordPress installation.
Google Forms do not support file uploads but you can use Google Apps Script for uploading files to Google Drive through an HTML web form.
If you would like to know the IP Address and Location of email sender in Gmail, Google Scripts can help.
The Google Script will automatically download a file from the Internet and upload it to another HTML form with an HTTP POST request.
The Google Script will archive all email threads in a specific Gmail label that have been inactive for more than a week.
The Google Script will fetch an image file, convert it to PDF and sends it as an image attachment using the Gmail service.
The Google Script will save any Gmail message (or thread) in your Google Drive as a native Google Document with proper formatting.
Adobe is retiring their Forms Central product in the next few weeks. You’ll be download the Form Responses to Excel, CSV, or PDF formats.
The Google Picker API lets you select files and folders in Google Drive visually. It can used inside Google Spreadsheet, Google Docs or a standalone HTML web app.
ThinkAmI uses the XMLService of Google Apps Script to create a valid RSS feed that is served to the browser using ContentService with the MIME type set as RSS.
Like the previous script for listing Google Drive files, this Google Script will find all files of any particular MIME type in your Google Drive.
You have a Google Spreadsheet with multiple worksheets and, to making organization easier, you would like to reorder or sort the various sheets inside the spreadsheet by name.
The Twitter Archiver app will archive tweets for any hashtag to a Google Spreadsheet using the Twitter API and Google Apps Script.
You can use the XMLRPC library with Google Scripts to authenticate users that are members of your WordPress or Blogger website.
The Mail Merge Add-on uses the new Gmail API to create and save draft messages Gmail programmatically, something which cannot be done using the standard GmailApp or MailApp service of Google Apps Script.
The Google Books API can return details of any book from the ISBN code. You get to know the book title, author names, publishing date, publisher and so on.
A mailbox has 1000s of email messages sent though legacy contact forms that contain data like the name, email and address of the senders.
In Google Drive, there’s no easy way to clone a folder. You can make a copy of individual files but there’s no command for creating duplicate folders that are a mirror of another folder.
You can use Google scripts to publish blog posts to any Blogger and WordPress website using the XML-RPC API.