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Developing Google Docs Application for Google Business Account client

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My client has a Google Business Account, with an identified email in a non-Google domain (e.g. myName@myCompany.com).

 

I am developing an application for this business, using Google Docs Spreadsheets (with scripts), using my own standard Google Account.

 

How can I "transfer" (or share) the application with this business account once I'm finished / need to work together with him on it?

 

Thanks!

Mor

 

 

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Thanks David.

Eventually, I just shared this Spreadsheet with "Edit" permissions with the client, using his Google Business email (@companyname.com) and it just worked, including all scripts associated with this Spreadsheet.
The script had also access to all of his business account employees automatically.

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Hi Mor,

is this a Google Analytics related question? If you refer to Google MyBusiness, the https://www.en.advertisercommunity.com/t5/Ownership-Conflicts/bd-p/Ownership_Conflicts forum might be more appropriate to answer your question.

Christoph

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Thank you Christoph, I will!

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Mor,

Is this a script that would be located in a spreadsheet or word doc? If so, share the document with them in Google Docs. Depending on what the script does, you may have to walk them through certain settings. You can then transfer ownership to them. You do not need a @gmail.com account for this - it can be @companydomain.com
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Thanks David.

Eventually, I just shared this Spreadsheet with "Edit" permissions with the client, using his Google Business email (@companyname.com) and it just worked, including all scripts associated with this Spreadsheet.
The script had also access to all of his business account employees automatically.