How do I get data on my users?

Where do I go to get data on my users? Their email address? Number of Users? so on…

I assume you’re using a public with email app?

You can capture their email address using a User Profiles set up. Make a sheet for it, and when new users log in to your app their email will be automatically entered as a new row.


I use Public. I don’t want users to have to give me their email before entering into the app. But if they favorite something or add something they have to submit their information.

How do I get access to this information?

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The app: logins sheet should give you the user emails. I think the only way to see favorites data is to preview as that user and view the favorites column on the data editor.

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Thank You. Can tell me where I can find the logins sheet? I began creating a users sheet as instructed by the Users profile but I think that may only work with Public + email.

I appreciate your help.

User Profiles should work with public apps I believe.

As for app: logins, it should be automatically created as a tab in the Google sheet.

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Great. I will play around with it a bit. Thank You for your help.

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Thank you for your help sir. I’m using glide tables instead of Google Sheets. I’ve opted for the Public with Email privacy setting. How can I access the App:Logins page with Glide Tables?

There is no app:logins sheet if you are only using glide tables. You would have to rely only on user profiles, but it won’t track every time a user signed in on a device, like the app:logins does.

Hi, how do I get my app:logins to read the data from the user that’s logging in. I noticed that after logging in, I complete a profile form, but the app:logins sheet did not create/save/generate any data on the user that logged in. It’s me testing, stuff. :smiley: :smiley: I figured out what I was doing. I have a password enabled for my user and then hide emails, but I should still see some type of login, right? I also guess, it might be specific to the name of the User Profile sheet.

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Assuming you’re using a user profiles setup for your app, things should be written to your user profiles sheet.

App: Logins is just a log of logins from your users with their email and timestamp. If you stay logged in then there will be no additional rows for that specific user.

If you can go into more details about what you expect to see then it would be great.

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So, I’m running into an issue where I do see options for visibilities.
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When I select the areas with dashes, it’s greyed out and non-selectable. I have my User Profile sheet as the source.

Do you still have a User Profiles sheet for your app?

What are your settings for that tab? Do you actually attach it to an existing row?

Is that Sheet attached to this field?

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I mean when you do this is there a sheet attached to the User Profiles sheet field?

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How did I miss this? Why did it drop? You solved it, thanks. Now, I know to triple check that area. Sorry about this. I refuse to get sleep until the work is done…lol

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For me I see that clicking on the menu and then on Profile shows just a component for the user to add an image or logout. How do I allow the user to fill out their full profile and how do I house those components within the existing collapsible menu?

You can add components to the screen, just like any other screen.