App or Page?

Hello Glide Community,

I’m a new be in the process of making an interface for a start-up project. But thankfully there is Glide for the ones like me ;-).

Now here is the drill, I’m trying to build an employee solution to manage their flexible mobility when commuting. In essence, it’s about collecting data (trips, tickets, etc…) and creating or modifying data (declarations, corrections, etc). In a nutshell it’s about managing kilometers allowances and public transport tickets.

Here is my dilemma…

Should I opt for an App or a Page knowing that I need an employee interface, and HR dashboard, and potentially third parties to upload or retrieve data from it?

Thanks a bunch for your guidance or tips.

Best wishes, many thanks


Any feedback please?

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Probably Page

The main use would be on the move for employees, so I would develop an App for them that is designed for the mobile world.

For the administration role I would develop a second App, and I would certainly do it with Page.

This is my point of view, then perhaps we should better analyze all the processes to affirm it with certainty.


Really it comes down to what type of device will be most often used when accessing your platform. Will it be a desktop? Then use glad pages. Will it be a mobile device? Use Glide apps.

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You have hit on a question I keep asking, too. But I haven’t gotten a solid answer. Glide Pages demo videos have shown some great features that I want for administrators to more easily move around and work on a keyboard. But I have already dedicated my domain name to a Glide App before Glide Pages existed.

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How about creating a subdomain like and pointing a glide app to that? or to create a second domain if that subdomain path is not available.

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Hi again @Krisztian_Gyuris this question is off topic. Here the topic is “App or Page?”.
For your question may be was better to post a new question under this “How To” section.

Having said this.

Yes, of course it is possible to connect your app to a first or second level domain.
When you publish an app there is the possibility to define a custom domain