How do I install Gopher for Gmail?

Step 1:  Confirm that Gopher for Gmail is a whitelisted app on your domain, and that your user accounts are authorized to install it.

As a G Suite super admin, wnder Apps > Marketplace apps > Settings for Marketplace Apps > Manage access to apps, confirm that users in your domain are allowed to install whitelisted apps from the G Suite Marketplace.

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Next, whitelist Gopher for Gmail within the Google Marketplace Apps settings. To do that, navigate to Apps > Marketplace apps > Whitelisted Marketplace apps. Select the + icon in the right hand corner and search Gopher for Gmail. Check the box next to our add-on and select Whitelist, then Confirm.

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Step 2: Install the Sheets Add-on from the G Suite Marketplace

In Google Sheets, start by going to Add-ons > Get Add-ons. Search for Gopher for Gmail and select Individual Install.

Or, cut to the chase and install it directly from here.  Note: This G Suite Marketplace link will most likely only work from an administrator account on your domain.

Once installed, you can open Chrome Gopher from any Google Spreadsheet from Add-ons > Gopher for Gmail > Launch Sidebar

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It is important that you do NOT install the Add-On domain-wide as it will appear for ALL users. 

Step 3: Perform the one-time client name and scopes installation for your domain

Because Gopher for Gmail performs very powerful actions on behalf of G Suite users, the sidebar (see below) will prompt the first super-administrative user on the domain to perform a one-time installation of a Client Name and API Scopes within the G Suite admin console's Manage API client access panel shown below.   Why is this necessary?  Learn more here.

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The values needed for this step are provided in the Gopher for Gmail sidebar.  

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