Hi Jenny,

To be honest I completely forgot to touch this topic in my tutorial, but here’s some insight based on my experiences with Google App Scripts.

As far as I know there are 3 ways to use third party code:
1. By interacting with the code using some kind of HTTP API (via UrlFetchApp)
2. By writing a custom GAS library. You can check my Honeybadger library if you’re curious (https://medium.com/@bajena3/google-apps-scripts-honeybadger-%EF%B8%8F-88b1df247f6a)
3. You can fetch raw JS file and evaluate it in your script. Check out how this guy did it: https://ctrlq.org/code/20380-load-external-javascript-with-eval

Not sure what exactly your code is going to do, but maybe one of the abovementioned points could be useful to you?

Full stack developer @Leadfeeder. Working on random stuff in my free time.

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