Integrate, customize, and extend Google Workspace
Build intelligent apps and workflows using a range of developer tools that fit your needs.
Ways to build
Use APIs and UI toolkits to build custom solutions, surfacing data and enhancing workflows
Build low-code apps and automations quickly and easily using Apps Script
Create no-code apps and workflows using AppSheet to automate more of your work
Use thousands of ready-made apps from the Google Workspace Marketplace
Enrich team conversations with Chat apps
Improve real-time decision making, provide easier access to data, and streamline workflows with apps for shift management, issue tracking, customer records, and more
Bring information from other apps into your documents with Smart Chips
Tag and provide rich previews from your favorite apps
Customize your existing solutions with Calendar, Drive, and Meet APIs
Schedule and launch meetings directly from other apps or get critical information about meeting attendance
Empower data-informed decisions with Google Cloud’s analytics tools
Use Google Sheets integrations with Big Query, Looker, and Data Studio for real-time analytics and richer data visualizations
Build on a secure cloud-first platform
Govern app usage and distribution on a platform trusted by developers worldwide
Manage your apps with ease
Manage both 3rd-party and custom internal apps across Google Workspace in the Admin Center
Distribute apps across your organization
Use domain-wide install or create allowlists for certain apps to distribute to particular groups
Partners integrating with Google Workspace today
“We're able to bring essential information into one central place, so teams can achieve balance over burnout.”
Strand Sylvester, Product Manager, Asana
"All the streamlined processes we’ve put in place empower our teams so that we can now take on bigger projects and help more organizations drive real business transformation by solving their most complex problems with Google Workspace."
Kelly Wright, Director of Workspace, SADA
“Apps Script enabled us to build a workflow engine within Google Workspace that means we deliver all memos and requests electronically and contribute to our vision of a paperless office. We have also created a central repository that allows users to monitor memo, electronic request submissions and track usage.”
Goh Lai Fun, Head of HR Systems, Singapore Press Holdings
“The convenience our customers realize with our Google Workspace Add-on is huge, which is why it drives adoption and long-term retention of our eSignature services. When customers use our apps as integrations, they’re less likely to churn. Our trial-to-paid subscription rates are two times higher when customers use the integration from the Google Marketplace versus when they just download our app from our website.”
Tony Ramoutar, Senior Product Manager of Integrations, DocuSign
“The breadth of the Google ecosystem is super important for us. A platform that allows me to build once and deploy on multiple apps—that’s a win.”
Siddharth Arora, Manager, Product Management at Adobe
Frequently asked questions
The Google Workspace admin console allows admins to control access to specific apps, and it can help admins distribute apps and control their access to data by groups within a given organization.
Apps used within Google Workspace are available to users at no additional cost. Some third party apps require additional licensing as determined by the independent developer of each app, but there is no incremental cost from Google to use these apps. Custom apps are also free to use, except for apps built with AppSheet, which does require app users to have an AppSheet license.
AppSheet is a no-code product for building applications, integrated with Google Workspace. It’s a service integrated with Google Workspace that enables anyone to rapidly build applications that digitally transform and streamline work, using a simple drag and drop interface that requires no coding experience to use.
Apps require no additional Google Workspace license costs to build. Using Workspace APIs and SDKs are free of charge.
Google Workspace developer documentation can be found at https://developers.google.com/workspace, which include information on Apps Script. You can find more information by subscribing to our newsletter and following our YouTube channel, our developer community, or on Stack Overflow.
No, Apps Script is not required to build apps for Google Workspace, but it does provide pre configured features like streamlined authentication configuration, code libraries, and a built in code editor which simplify the app development process in many scenarios. Developers may opt to use the tools and languages of their choice in lieu of working with Apps Script as well.
Developers may opt to use the tools and languages of their choice. You may also use Apps Script to build apps for Google Workspace, it provides pre configured features like streamlined authentication configuration, code libraries, and a built in code editor which simplify the app development process in many scenarios.
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