This article presents the limitations and the permissions required by the AwesomeTable connector add-on.
When installing the AODocs AwesomeTable connector, end-users are asked to grant some permissions on their G Suite account.
The table below lists the permissions requested by the AODocs AwesomeTable connector and the reason why they are required:
|Know who you are on Google
View your email address
|It allows the add-on to make sure you are authenticated and authorized to access the AODocs view data.|
|View and manage spreadsheets that this application has been installed in||It allows the add-on to populate the Google Sheet the AwesomeTable will fetch its data from.|
|View and manage data associated with the application||It allows the add-on to store configuration data, especially to make the auto-update feature work properly.|
|Allow this application to run when you are not present||It allows the auto-update feature to refresh the content of the sheet even when you are not using it.|
|Send email as you||It allows the add-on to warn you whenever the auto-update feature encounters a problem and needs an action from you.|
|Connect to an external service||It allows the add-on to reach to AwesomeTable API and create the AwesomeTable.|
The following items list the current limitations of the AwesomeTable connector:
- The property file size view, if present in your view, won’t be exported to the AwesomeTable.
- The add-on can’t be used inside the Google Sheets viewer in AODocs preview feature.
- You might experience timezone issues with your date properties in some configurations. If so, change any cell content in your spreadsheet (by putting a title in bold, for example), and click the "Update" button in the add-on to refresh the content.