Treat App Scripts like first class Assets
It would be great if App scripts could have their own section in the application overview and not be grouped by type of trigger. As soon as the scripting grouped under one trigger type does more than one thing, the script name field becomes useless. If scripts could be broken out as top level assets in the interface, they would be much easier to keep track of (with meaningful titles and search) and to maintain
Stephen Singer commented
Hi. Any update on this?
I'm currently laboriously maintaining a spreadsheet of all my app scripts (135 scripts, if I separate multiple independent functions grouped together under the same table trigger, 62 if I treat each trigger on each table as a single script, across 27 tables, out of 130 total tables in the app) just so that I can remember where they all are, what they do, what triggers them, and what tables they affect. I tried tracking them with a TrackVia app, but it was too cumbersome. Thanks!