Just wrapping my head around the new pricing schemes and see that updates are unlimited as long as they do not use an external source. I assume Google Sheets counts as an external source, even if it was used as a base when first starting an app. So whenever I add a row to the sheet it’s an update?
What about computed columns that live inside a Google Sheet table? If they are not visible in the actual sheet do they count as updates (e.g. if they update within the table via a relation from another table)?
I will attempt to rebuild the app using Glide tables only but wonder how users can easily copy and paste data from their source into a Glide table? This was pretty much the only reason I used Google Sheets in the first place - the ability to easily paste in 100+ rows at a time and use spreadsheet tools like auto-fill etc.
I’m guessing the new pricing structure will lead to more requests for the ability to convert a Google Sheet table to a Glide table. I see that this is an existing feature request - any indication if it might be given more priority?