Published on December 7, 2016 by Google

An email signature doesn’t have to be boring. In this DevByte video, Google engineer Wesley Chun plants various ideas into your mind on how you can fetch data from external sources. You’ll then learn how to use the Gmail API to modify user settings, specifically the signature of your primary address. Now you can link to your latest social post or send random witty quotes, keeping your email recipients on their toes or customers updated with your latest product information!

Related links for this episode:

Gmail API settings endpoints announcement post: goo.gl/Ih5sg3

Blog post announcing this video: goo.gl/GbAOvb

Code deep dive blog post: goo.gl/uJg9Iz

Google APIs Client Libraries: goo.gl/3JMg6c

Google APIs Python client library: goo.gl/X2u63i

Google Developers Console: goo.gl/QpmjJl

“Revolutionizing email access with the Gmail API” video: goo.gl/0ewIpK

Gmail API settings guides: goo.gl/97nFeS

Gmail API concepts & overview: goo.gl/1rfT3e

Gmail API Python quickstart: goo.gl/dVwL4Z

Gmail authorization scopes: goo.gl/RYkBfw

“Setting up new Google API projects” video: goo.gl/grggHA

“Common Python code walkthrough” video: goo.gl/1KFUif

Watch more episodes of G Suite Dev Show: goo.gl/JpBQ40
Subscribe to the Google Developers YouTube channel: goo.gl/mQyv5L

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Seán O'Nilbud
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Seán O'Nilbud
1 year 1 month ago

Just make the sigs work in inbox.

Miguel Salinas
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Miguel Salinas
1 year 1 month ago

That decal looks bad ass!

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