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Yet another confusing step in this whole process. In our cloud project we will have to search for, and enable the Marketplace SDK. Watch as I do it in this step-by-step guide.
This is what the request granted email looks like! 
Phase 1 of 2 done. The next thing we need to do is submit our application to the Google Workspace Marketplace.
We got a reply from our OAuth submission. It says "Action Needed" In this video we'll go over the action needed and I'll show you what to do.
We'll finish up the OAuth consent screen form in this video.
Here's the exact OAuth Consent Screen YouTube Video I made. I took this and uploaded it as an unlisted video.
In this lesson we'll check if the add-on actually works and record a client ID video. A weird little thing that I've now done a few times so can hopefully show you how to easily do it without getting frustrated.
In this section we'll put our marketing materials to the test. We'll go through the ENTIRE process of asking for approval, getting rejected, and overcoming rejection to ultimately publish our Google Sheets Add-on to the world!
Create a Carrd website for our Add-on. In this video I show you the exact template I use to make this process smooth as butter.

Get yourself a Carrd membership and copy the template here: https://24ddb0a6ef0fc2ca.demo.carrd.co

The website needs to include:
  • Privacy Policy
  • Terms of Service
  • Support
We need to take screenshots of the add-on in action. These will be available for users to see how the ad-on works with in the Google Workspace Marketplace. We'll also use these same screenshots later on for launching and on our website. 
Create a banner. This is the thumbnail image that will appear in the Google Workspace Marketplace
Using Canva, we'll make a quick logo. A very quick logo for our Google Sheets™ Add-on
In this section of our Add-on course we'll get out of sheets for a bit and create marketing materials. I'll show you the templates I use to make websites very quickly. hint: It's CARRD!
I'll also show you how quickly I make the banner and logo. You might be as quick if you have your own company logo or you already have something made.
A little bit about how to write scopes and where to write them. For your own add-on these might change. 
Configure the OAuth consent screen with information about your application.
This part can be very confusing. So I show you step-by-step how to do it.
We need to fill out our Apps Script manifest. In this video I show you how to get that to show up in our Apps Script.
We need to bridge the gap between an add-on not being installed to actually being installed. We add a simple apps script.
Instead of just adding a custom menu to a sheet, we're going to turn this apps script into an add-on menu operable add-on. 
In this section we're going to turn our apps script into an add-on. complete with add-on menu. (Yes it's different than a custom menu, slightly).

The things I go over in this section took a lot of trial and error. The first time I created a Google Sheets Add-on I was flabbergasted that it just didn't work like a Google Sheets Add-on. Until I did all the things I go over in this section.
The most important part of the whole add-on creating process is naming it correctly. Avoid any and all existing names, as well as avoid any names that might conflict with Google Sheets itself.

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