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I too was receiving duplicate emails on my phone. I had previously turned on forwarding in my gmail account. My solution: I simply went back to the gmail account where I had turned forwarding on, and left the option "forward a copy of incoming mail to *** Email address is removed for privacy ***" untouched, and selected from the pull down menu &...


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Q1:"duplicate a form retaining both responses and summary tables & charts". Yes. Refer Importing data into a Google Forms response sheet - your question is arguably a duplicate. I've just used this to do a proof-of-concept (also, the 1st answer provides a great explanation of the relationship between form and spreadsheet). As @Rubén notes, the ...


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This is not a built-in feature but you can use Google Apps Script with some limitations copy the responses from the original form to the copy. One of the limitations is that timestamp will not be the same. From https://developers.google.com/apps-script Many Google apps, one platform in the cloud Increase the power of your favorite Google apps — like ...


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Programs cannot make changes to your computer without administrative rights, for security reasons. The administrative privilege prevents applications or scripts from adjusting your computer without your consent, because those adjustments could potentially put malware on your computer. In addition, the right for a program to make changes often requires ...


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Solution: Use that in cell C1: =TEXTJOIN(,,A1,B1) Output: References: TEXTJOIN


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Looks like the only way to skip the "Quick settings" menu is to directly append or modify the hash part of the URL to #settings. For example, if your URL is: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox then change inbox to settings and press Enter: https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#settings This will take you directly to the full settings. You could ...


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