Hi @Jack_London…the majority of Glide apps that require any sort of user customization, user profile (including messaging), etc. requires that users sign into the app. If you’re hesitant about giving away personal identification in order to test out an app, then I recommend creating an anonymous email address for the sole purpose of testing Glide apps.
@XL-STEAMS I don’t know which app you are talking about, or if you meant this for me. I only shared a couple of other posts. There are quite a few posts on this subject and the one that @Glider shared above is pretty descriptive. If you are referring to the https://concepts2.glideapp.io/ app buried in some of the conversations linked to in my April post, then that app is already able to be copied, so you can copy and see how it works.