When you use Sheet2Site for the first time, you’ll be asked to accept the minimum-required permissions:
|Required permission||Explanation of usage|
|See, edit, create and delete all of your Google Drive files.||We need to publish the spreadsheet where Sheet2Site is installed to the web. This means that anyone on the internet with a link can see data from your spreadsheet, but can’t edit.|
|See, edit, create and delete your spreadsheets in Google Drive.||To edit a spreadsheet where add-on is installed. Change the data, add the data, delete the data.|
|Allow this application to run when you are not present.||To trigger when the background color of cell is changed when you are inside the spreadsheet where add-on is installed.|
|Display and tun third-party web content in promts and sidebards inside Google applications||To show Sheet2Site menu bar UI.|
Sheet2Site is integrated with G Suite apps like Drive and Sheets. It requires access to the Google environment to provide services seamlessly across the G Suite apps. Sheet2Site only requests the minimum-required permissions that are essential for it to function optimally.
Sheet2Site does not have access to your Google account or your password.
To be able to use Sheet2Site you need to make your Google Sheet public. This means that anyone on the internet with a link to your Google Sheet can see data, but can not edit it. If you have some sensitive information, please do not use Sheet2Site. The Google Sheet link may be found in the HTML source code of the Sheet2Site website and is not private.
Absolutely. If you need to review the permissions you granted to Sheet2Site, you can do so by going to Google Account -> Third-party apps with account access -> Manage third-party access. There, you can change or revoke the permissions.
Please write in the support chat in the bottom right corner and will be happy to help you.