Are you looking for a way to stay on top of your Pushbullet notifications and keep track of them all in one place? Look no further than this handy Google Apps Script code, designed to pull all of your Pushbullet notifications into a spreadsheet for easy viewing and organization.
The code is simple to use and highly effective. It starts by pulling your Pushbullet API access token and the date of your most recent notification from a settings sheet within your Google Sheet. Using this information, the script constructs a URL to fetch all notifications from Pushbullet since that date.
Once the data has been retrieved, the script then calls a new sheet for your Pushbullet notifications. It then parses through the data and formats it in an easy-to-read manner, adding each notification to the sheet as a separate row with relevant information like the ID, date, type, title, body, and URL of the notification.
One of the great things about this script is that it takes care of duplicate notifications for you, automatically removing any redundant entries in the sheet. This means you can trust that the data in your sheet is always accurate and up-to-date.
I created this tool as a means to solve a long-standing issue I had with sending my information into Pushbullet, but not being able to retrieve it. Their introduction of data exports was a game-changer for me, but I needed greater ability to fine-tune the data and parse it according to different categories and designations. So far, this script has exceeded my expectations and left me better equipped to parse my Pushes.
I have it the script set to trigger at the end of every day, so that I can comb through the information I entered and further distill it.
My Google Apps Script is an excellent tool for anyone looking to streamline their Pushbullet notifications and keep track of them all in one place. Whether you’re a busy professional or just someone who wants to stay on top of their notifications, this code is sure to make your life easier. So why wait? Give it a try today and see just how easy it is to manage your Pushbullet notifications with Google Apps Script!
You can find purchase access to the script here: