What is an add-on?
An add-on is a small tool that gives extra features to the main tool you're using. Add-ons are most commonly found in Google Docs, Slides, and Sheets. They can be very useful to simply more complex tasks or to add additional functionality to your document, deck, or spreadsheet.
Which add-ons can I use?
Approved add-ons for Google Docs
None at the moment
Related: Learn more about the built-in translation feature of Google Docs
Approved add-ons for Google Sheets
- Autocrat: Easily merge data from a spreadsheet into a Google doc or pdf.
- Copy-Down: Automatically copy down formulas on Google form response submissions.
- Doctopus: Automate distribution of assignments to students and track activity. (See also: Google Classroom)
- Event-o-Matic: Merge spreadsheet data into calendar events, set logic conditions, form and time triggers, and sync updates.
- Form Mule: Turn form responses or spreadsheet data into automated personalized emails.
- Quiz Banker: Create student quizzes based on thousands of past New York Regents exam questions.
- Sheet Spider: Create multiple spreadsheets from one master spreadsheet. Retrieve and push data to capture inputs and updates.