Google Service Accounts
If your requiring/wanting a Google service account in your app and are unable to do so, I provide a service to set them up.
What is a Service Account?
A service account is an account that belongs to your application instead of to an individual end user. Your application calls Google APIs on behalf of the service account, so users aren’t directly involved. This scenario is sometimes called “two-legged OAuth,” or “2LO.” (The related term “three-legged OAuth” refers to scenarios in which your application calls Google APIs on behalf of end users, and in which user consent is sometimes required.)
Typically, an application uses a service account when the application uses Google APIs to work with its own data rather than a user’s data. For example, an application that uses Google Cloud Datastore for data persistence would use a service account to authenticate its calls to the Google Cloud Datastore API.
G Suite domain administrators can also grant service accounts domain-wide authority to access user data on behalf of users in the domain.
A service account has its own Drive, Calendar, Sheets, Docs, Maps and so on that become your apps but because its Bubble, you can use bubble to section permissions effectively making these services File Typed Databases that have powerful features and fast but also secure and reliable services.
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