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How to export / import a Google Apps Script as a file into a new spreadsheet?

Short Answer Publish your script as an add-on. Bear in mind that you could make it public unlisted or private, shared with a Google Group. Explanation The Script Gallery was replaced by Add-ons ...
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Add my scripts or add-ons to new Google doc

There are two basic categories of Apps Script files - Bound to the document (Sheet, Doc, Form) Stand Alone Bound files do not show up in your Google Drive. Stand Alone Apps Scripts files do show ...
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Test Google Spreadsheets Add-On with custom functions

NOTE: This answer was cross-posted to Stack Overflow. I have made some updates there. Answer According to Eric Koleda in Code.gs - date_add_and_subtract to make available the custom fuctions in an add-...
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Transferring a custom add-on to another Google form

You can go to Tools -> Script editor, copy the code and paste it inside the Script editor of your other form.
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How to export / import a Google Apps Script as a file into a new spreadsheet?

You should try Google Clasp which is talking about The Drive ID of a parent file that the created script project is bound to Did not tried but looks like there are commands for retrieving project ...
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Add progress bar to Google Slides

Thanks to Rubén's comment, I looked at the execution transcript, and found this error: [19-11-28 15:11:32:379 PST] Starting execution [19-11-28 15:11:32:498 PST] SlidesApp.getActivePresentation() [0....
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Google Workspace Marketplace only shows first 100 sheets add-ons

There isn't. You might make a feature request directly to Google by clicking the help button (the circle with a ?) then Send Feedback. One workaround is to use Google (web search), i.e. site:https://...
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Is it possible to write a script that automatically triggers some function within a Google Sheets add-on?

I do not think that you can trigger an add-on to run using Apps Script. The easiest solution, and the right thing to do, would be to pay the add-on developer the subscription fee they request for the ...
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Apps Script - Deploy from manifest - Install add-on

I use this option to install my Gmail add-on on the Google accounts I use while on development, prior to publishing. Check-out this link https://developers.google.com/gsuite/add-ons/how-tos/testing-...
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How to export / import a Google Apps Script as a file into a new spreadsheet?

Halfway is to download the files from your project. Solution #1 I found a tool to achieve this: http://googleappsscriptexport.trototype.com/ by kerem tiryaki You have to give access to your drive ...
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My Add-On was approved by Google, but it is available only to members of my employer's domain

Publish a Google Add-on to the G Suite Marketplace Basic Concepts: You must use the G Suite Marketplace SDK in order to get to the “Publish” section for publishing an add-on, and you must first open ...
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What is the difference between Google Apps Script add-on and web app?

A Google Apps Script web app will have it's own URL to be used to make HTTP GET/POST requests. A G Suite Add-on adds a menu to a G Suite app (Google Docs, Google Forms, Google Sheets, Google Slides) ...
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Using Google Apps Script add-on without publishing

I tried to publish it with "Private visibility" but that didn't make it available to my other documents (tried searching in Add-ons > Get add-ons). ... So how do I make the script available to use ...
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Install a private add-on in GSuite Gmail

According to https://developers.google.com/gmail/add-ons/how-tos/publish to allow other users on your domain to install your add-on you should give them the deployment ID. Publishing Gmail Add-ons ...
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