Currently you can use the same account in every country.
Only the content which is available differs.
You will be able to see only content from France
Your friend will be able to see only content from Germany
Your two friends will be able to see only content from India
These emails are being delivered to the correct user as far as Gmail is concerned.
Gmail is not sending emails to you, rather ebay is sending emails to j.harrop@g... which IS your email account, just as jh.arrop@g... and ever other combination with a . in it would be. All those combinations are tied to just your one account.
I think your question ...
There isn't a built-in feature to protect or edit the protection of several sheets at once but Google Apps Script could be used to automated this task or an add-on created by yourself or by someone else.
Use Add-ons & Apps Script
Extending Google Sheets
Script to add protection and remove the user running it?
I don't Think so. What you can do is mark your video as unlisted and then share the link with the people you want to see the video. However, What you want can be done in vimeo, check there website for details.
You should be using G Suite, which is a paid, business form of Google Drive. In G Suite Business and G Suite Enterprise, you can create a Shared Drive, in which all the files that contributors make are owned by your organisation. See this answer as well.
In My Drive, you cannot ask the owners of hundreds of files to transfer their ownership. That is ...
YouTube does not support this kind of thing, you need to specify which email addresses exactly should have access.
As a workaround, you can record a screen capture of you performing the steps to reproduce yourself and upload those as a public video.
Yes, Add and Edit member permission in each board you create.
When you create each board also assign those same three people.
Open each board and click on each icon / name in turn. (Top right corner where the member icons are) Use the "Change permissions..." link to make each an Admin for each board.
You can also edit their permissions in the ...
Does #2 override or add to the #1 access rights granted?
The only way is by removing that user from the group or to create a new group with the same members except the user that should not have edit access.
There is no way to do this currently, but there is one thing you can do
Create a group with the same members and add the additional external emails to the group as well
Ask them to post on the group when required
Set permissions as restricted
Downside is that other people from their team will also get the email.
This script will get you pretty close to that goal. Here's an example of the output.
It's set up currently to run on a particular folder and subfolders but you could modify it to run on the entire drive (depending on the number of files it might time out).
Open a new spreadsheet.
Got to Tools>Script Editor
Copy and paste the script below into that ...
At this time Google Drive sharing settings only allows one owner and it should be a user account. The alternative is to create a role account and assign the ownership of files and folders to that account.
A role account is a regular account created for cases where is required to share the password with someone or something. In this case, the password could ...