ResultMaps Google Docs Add-on

The Google Docs add on pulls information from your document directly in to ResultMaps using our TextGenius parser - automatically converting your notes to assignments, schedules, projects, objectives and more.  Once they are in ResultMaps, you can update them and push information back. 

After import, you can add and track additional items.

Create action items/projects from selection automatically

This sends any text you've selected through ResultMaps TextGenius API to automatically set up action items, accountability, and schedules.  If you include andy of the key words for creating some container - a project or goal, they will be recognized. 

Recognized project/goal keywords include  "Project:"[my goal name], "#project", "Goal:[My goal or objective name]", "Objective:[my goal or objective name]". 

For an overview of keywords recognized by TextGenius, visit the Genius overview.

This menu option will search for users, and create projects and  multiple assignments or action items as needed.   Everything is included in a chunk called a Progress board so you can refer to it in one convenient set.  

To find the progress board later ResultMaps, either use the link returned, or, from within ResultMaps use the project/list navigation helper (pictured in orange):

Then click "progress boards"



Create action item with selection as discussion

This option will prompt you to create a new action item, then inserts the selected text into the discussion section of your action item in ResultMaps. 


Create action item with selection as the title

This option takes the selected text and creates a ResultMaps action item with the selected text as the name.  As always, date keywords that are given hashtags, as well status keywords, and any alignment hashtags will lead ResultMaps to organize accordingly.


Insert updates from ResultMaps

After the text has been organized in ResultMaps, you can pull any updates from ResultMaps back into the Google document with this option. The updates are inserted where your cursor was last located, after you select the date range you want to include.