AppSheet Automation is a robust extension of AppSheet’s no-code platform offering new, integrated workflow automation capabilities that enable you to automate common business processes and document-based workflows.

AppSheet Automation encourages reusability, allowing you to build components once and use them in various automations, saving time and accelerating development. Events, processes, and tasks are completely reusable. That means you can reuse tasks within new processes, reuse processes within new bots, reuse events within new bots, and so on.

AppSheet Automation does the following:

  • Unifies AppSheet’s intent-aware, no code-platform with process/workflow automation as a first class feature.

  • Offers Intelligent Process Authoring & Runtime with rich connectivity allowing users to author and execute their business processes using entities.

  • Introduces new concepts (including Bots and Processes) to enrich the core AppSheet platform.

  • Addresses the long tail of human-centric processes, document-based workflows, and application integration use cases.

You can access the new automation features from the Automation tab, as shown in the navigation image below.

Key concepts in AppSheet Automation

Explore the key concepts in AppSheet Automation:





Run a task

Branch on a condition

Wait for a condition

Call a process

Return values



Document Type

Fixed Schema Table

Folder Data Source

Extraction Confidence

A note before you begin

Before using the AppSheet Automation GA features, complete the following steps:

  • Create an account on

  • Confirm that you have access to the Automation release (you see the Automation logo in the left nav bar).

  • Create an app.

Now you are ready to explore AppSheet Automation!

We highly recommend posting feedback, comments, and questions on our special AppSheet Automation channel within our Creator Community. We've included a special Primer document which provides step-by-step walk through of several use cases and scenarios.

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