Users who are permitted to access your private apps can now be added in bulk.
Also, you can now download the entire list of users, complete with tags, as a
CSV file, which can easily be imported into a spreadsheet.
You can now download statistics for your app as a CSV file, which you can
easily import into your spreadsheet. Use your spreadsheet's formulas to
process the data and visualize it through graphs. For private apps, the CSV
file has information on how individual users are using your app.
This sample app enables users to fill out checklists and file defect reports.
Checklist apps are perfect for field operations or the factory floor, where a
number of precise steps need to be carried out. The collected data can be sent
to a Slack channel.
This sample app estimates costs for licensed builders, based on a site area
size entered by a user. Both squares and square meters are supported. Itemized
costs can be shown and optionally, edited by the user.
This sample app is a body mass index (BMI) calculator. It allows users to
select between US customary units and metric units. The result is color-coded
using an infinite number of colors through the use of a continuous formula.
Converting values from one measurement system to another using plain formulas
is tedious and error-prone. Use the CONVERT formula function instead to
perform these conversions. It supports more than one hundred different units.
The Statistics window now enables you to learn how a particular user is using
a private app. For such apps, there is a new drop-down menu with a list of all
users you have defined in the Statistics window.
Make apps embedded in your website look great with lots of new options. Our
new auto-height feature automatically resizes your iframes to match your apps.
Flow is now better supported. Finally, we announce our startup program.
Easily apply borders and shadows to embedded apps with the revamped embed tab
which appears when you share an app, with a live preview. You can also
experiment with our new auto-height feature, which adjusts the height of the
containing iframe to match the app content.