Self updating contacts

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import import import gdata.contacts.client import gdata.# ... Contacts Client(source='YOUR_APPLICATION_NAME') # Authorize the client. The token also identifies your application to Google. You must register your project in the Google API Console and enable the Contacts API service in order to use OAuth 2.0. With batch requests you can have the server perform multiple operations with a single HTTP request.

Contacts are stored in the user's Google Account; most Google services have access to the contact list. The details of the authorization process, or "flow," for OAuth 2.0 vary somewhat depending on what kind of application you're writing. Batch requests are limited to 100 operations at a time.

Your client application can use the Google Contacts API to create new contacts, edit or delete existing contacts, and query for contacts that match particular criteria This document is intended for programmers who want to write client applications that can interact with Google's contact lists. The following general process applies to all application types: If your public application uses scopes that permit access to certain user data, it must pass review. You can find more information about batch operations in the Google Data APIs Batch Processing documentation.

Create a group of contacts or update them if they already exist.

Particularly useful for periodic syncs from another contacts database to Hub Spot.