Use it as a column to get what you want.
When you view it in the Glide Builder, you see the same in every row because it’s returning the information related to your own browser. In your published App, this information will be different for every user.
I added 2 columns in the table that is used as data source to show the page.
DeviceType and Screenwidth and then I just created a new tab showing these values in two text modules, and then I can clearly see the data from the device I am browsing from.
It is as you say. In the GUI where I build the Glidepage, I will only see data from my desktop I am currently working on.
So no I can setup options to show stuff depending on the device
This will be perfect for me, since I am integrating to the mobile payment system (Swish) in Sweden.
If I am on a mobile I can generate a deeplink on a button that opens the swishapp on my phone, but if I am on a Desktop I will generate a QR code that must be scanned by the app in the phone.