Restyaboard Gmail add-on creates a task inside Restyaboard from email. Restyaboard is an open-source Trello alternative and a visual task management software. You'll need a publically accessible Restyaboard instance to use it. Note: It won't work in an intranet or closed instance.
Restyaboard is an open source visual Kanban board. This Gmail add-on is a free add-on to create tasks/todos in Restyaboard from the contents of email (subject and body).
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https://www.googleapis.com/auth/gmail.addons.current.message.readonlyfor getting the current email content
https://www.googleapis.com/auth/script.external_requestfor connecting the Restyaboard instance through Restyaboard API
The addon will fetch the email subject and body using the above permission. This will be displayed in the 'Add Card' form. Users can modify the content in the 'Add Card' form. When the user clicks the submit button, the data gets posted to the Restyaboard instance for creating the task/todo.
The addon doesn't collect any personal data. But, login to the Restyaboard instance through the 'Login with your Restyaboard' button is necessary for the proper functioning of the addon. This will ensure that the respective user's Restyaboard instance is linked to the 'Add Card' form.
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