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a web application that connects the APIs of multiple popular web applications to allow actions to be taken on a destination site when an event occurs on a source site.
A set of subscription based software services that require monthly or periodic payment of fees to Microsoft Corporation.
Making content appear in the user's local language. There is a separate tag [translation].
A free photo sharing application that allows users to take photos, apply a filter, and share it on the service or a variety of other social networking services.
Generically refers to the operation of re-sending an email message delivered to one email address on to a possibly different email address.
Uniform Resource Locator or Universal Resource Locator - a specific character string that constitutes a reference to an Internet resource.
Web-based wiki software, primarily developed for use on Wikimedia properties. (Please note that questions on how to host/configure MediaWiki are off-topic for Web Applications.)
The process of keeping multiple copies of a dataset, that may or may no reside in different locations, in coherence with one another.
Do not use this tag! Google Inbox was shut down by Google on April 2, 2019. This tag was for questions about the web interface for Inbox by Gmail, also known as Google Inbox.
should be used to differentiate questions about the grouping of videos that facilitate an audience's decision about what they want to watch from other questions on this site. Not normally app…
rules or parameters one uses in order to exclude or include certain content from either appearing in a query results page, list or being returned in a search result.
Taking data from one source and bringing it into the new application or service for use
regex stands for "regular expressions". They are used to define a string search pattern that could be used in some web applications like Google editors to do input validation, search and replace among…
A structured wiki- and web page- creation tool offered by Google as part of the Google Apps Productivity suite.
primarily used as a way of accessing information and also limiting the number of users who can get access to a machine. It is primarily used with a username for the authorization system.
Free and open source web browser managed and developed by Mozilla Corporation. Questions here about Firefox are expected to be about the interaction of the browser with a specific web application.
The process by which individual access to a computer system is controlled by identifying and authentifying the user referring to credentials presented by the user.
Retired web-based RSS newsreader from Google from 2007 to July 1, 2013.
Use for question about inserting a date, time or a date and time (timestamp) automatically into a Google spreadsheet.
Use for questions related to how Google Sheets handle dates.
Use for questions about the use of HTML on web applications from the end-user point of view. HTML questions about developing a web application are OFF-TOPIC.
Receiving data to a local system from a remote system, or initiating such a data transfer.
A way to give positive feedback or to connect with things you care about on Facebook.
Facebook's feature for organising, RSVPing and letting other people know about any kind of event.
Questions specifically about the search functions of Gmail, the email service from Google.
For questions specifically about the Google Sheets function: IMPORTXML()