I published my first add-on, the QR Code Generator, in 2014, which is now widely used. At peak periods, users generate more than half a million QR codes a day.

The idea of making AnyMerge add-ons was born around that time when the Google Workplace marketplace was in its infancy.

Unfortunately, a twist of events changed that, and I had to abandon that idea for a long time. But you know, it is like a haunting thought, reoccurring in your head, and you cannot get rid of it.

Finally, in 2020 I managed to create AnyMerge Mail and AnyMerge Docs add-ons. Late to the party, but I turned my ideas and wireframes I made back in 2014 into a real thing.

Meanwhile, the marketplace got pretty saturated with many similar solutions. However, AnyMerge add-ons do stand out from the crowd and offer features that other add-ons do not.

I learned a lot along the way, as JavaScript is not my primary programming language. As I work in system integration, I baked my knowledge and expertise into those add-ons.

AnyMerge add-ons were built up from the ground for heavy-duty work. Meaning that there is a lot of logic under the hood to make sure the add-ons withstand intermittent issues and deliver results. You can use all AnyMerge add-ons free of charge. Test their limits and reliability.

Furthermore, all add-ons are available for free for educational institutions and not for profit organizations. Just sign up, and your school can use them for free.

Finally, few other add-ons are waiting in the pipeline and, if all goes well, they should join the AnyMerge family in 2021.

I am the author of AnyMerge add-ons. If you have any questions feel free to reach me at stano@anymerge.com.

Happy merging!