Gmail

You can create tasks from e-mails in your Gmail account using the gmail service name.

Additional Dependencies

Install packages needed for Gmail support with:

::
pip install bugwarrior[gmail]

Client Secret

In order to use this service, you need to create a product and download a client secret file. Do this by following the instructions on: https://developers.google.com/gmail/api/quickstart/python. You should save the resulting secret in your home directory as .gmail_client_secret.json. You can override this location by setting the client_secret_path option.

Example Service

Here’s an example of a gmail target:

::
[my_gmail] service = gmail gmail.query = label:action OR label:readme gmail.login_name = you@example.com

The specified query can be any gmail search term. By default it will select starred threads. One task is created per selected thread, not per e-mail.

You do not need to specify the login_name, but it can be useful to avoid accidentally fetching data from the wrong account. (This also allows multiple targets with the same login to share the same authentication token.)

Authentication

When you first run bugwarrior-pull, a browser will be opened and you’ll be asked to authorise the application to access your e-mail. Once authorised a token will be stored in your bugwarrior data directory.

Provided UDA Fields

+———————+———————————–+—————| | gmailthreadid | Thread Id | Text (string) | +———————+———————————–+—————| | gmailsubject | Subject | Text (string) | +———————+———————————–+—————| | gmailurl | URL | Text (string) | +———————+———————————–+—————| | gmaillastsender | Last Sender’s Name | Text (string) | +———————+———————————–+—————| | gmaillastsender | Last Sender’s E-mail Address | Text (string) | +———————+———————————–+—————| | gmailsnippet | Snippet of text from conversation | Text (string) | +———————+———————————–+—————|