How can I get my Google account Client ID and Client Secret key?

Follow below mentioned steps to get your Google Client ID and Secret Key:

  1. Go to Google Developer portal
  2. If you have just created Google Developer account, you need to click on Agree and continue button to get into your Google Console account. However, if you have already accepted Terms & Conditions, then skip Step 2 & 3, and follow the tutorial from Step 4
  3. After agreeing to the Terms and Conditions, click on Go to credentials
  4. A default project titled as My Project will start reflecting in your account, if you want, you can continue with the same project and follow the tutorial from Step 8. However, you can also create your own new project. For creating a new project, click on My Project dropdown menu present at the top
  5. It will open select project window, click on “+” button to create a new project
  6. Provide a name of your new project and click on Create button

  7. Now click on My Project dropdown menu, select All tab, and open your newly created project
  8. Under Credentials section, select the OAuth consent screen tab
  9. Select an Email address from the dropdown menu, enter Product name (if it is not already set), and click on Save button
  10. Select Credentials tab, click on Create Credentials button and select OAuth client ID
  11. Select Web Application as the application type
  12. In the Authorized JavaScript origins field, enter the URL - https://snappy.appypie.com While in Authorized redirect URLs field, enter URL -  https://snappy.appypie.com/app/document
  13. Your Client ID and Client Secret key will appear
  14. Select Library from side menu and click on Drive API
  15. Click on Enable button to enable the API
    Note : After enabling this API, your documents will be shown on the app

Note:

  1. Case 1: If you have logged in into your Google Account, and connecting your Google Sheets with app, follow our tutorial:
    https://www.appypie.com/faqs/how-can-i-send-my-publicly-available-application-to-the-google-for-reviewing

  2. Case 2: If you are connecting Google Sheets with your app via Google Sheet URL, you need to simply copy your Google Sheet public URL and paste it in https://snappy.appypie.com


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