🆕 Please try the new Glide builder

No worries. This thread is just about the new layout. Most of Glide is not affected by this—your issues are related to the backend.

I’ve noticed the same. My IFTHEN columns aren’t working.

wow, I really like and the idea that reflects the glide team

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I’m having the same issue with tab visibility and I have not tried the new glide builder…still on the old.
I came here to research the problem and saw this was just rolled out and thought I’d check here first, and waddya know.

It looks like it’s showing the top tab even if it doesn’t match the visibility conditions (although, interestingly, it correctly does NOT appear in the tab bar). This caused a major issue on one of my apps but I was able to quickly add a landing page top put at the top to stop it from showing. It’s still not working like it was before (IE showing the highest tab based on the proper visibility settings), but at least once the user presses one of the tab buttons that temporary landing page disappears and is no longer accessible by the user.

Pretty significant bug that seems to apply universally. I hope it gets fixed quickly.

Hi @Travis_Young there is a dedicated post now for this bug in the “Bugs” section. I have repeated mine there.

@POWH_RPS @Travis_Young @Lisa

Hello everyone, to help the team with all the related bugs I recommend you to add yours to this topic :arrow_down:

It’ll help to keep this topic clean and avoid multiple topics for similar bugs.
Thanks in advance !


I didn’t face this issue when I tried my Pro Apps. I face it only when I work on my Basic ones. Do you have the same issue too?

On the other hand, the new Glide works fine for both.

Super, the storage quota.
When will the files be managed.


You sold us dreams with your presentation video, so I’m a little disappointed that I didn’t see the screen management for the tablet / destop version.
I know this is a lot of work and you have already done a lot.
But I hope not to wait several months.

We didn’t sell you any dreams—we showed them for free.


One minor request - in the tab list view, could we have the hidden tabs shown at the bottom of the list instead of the top?

EDIT: duh, ignore that. I just realised you can drag and drop :man_facepalming:


This is also on the regular Editor.

I change visibility if users but the tab remain hidden.
I even cancelled all the visibility conditions all together and the tab still doesn’t show…

Now I’m checking to see if the app works correctly

Exciting! Checking it out! :smiley:

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Guys, this is really very good. A great foundation for the next-gen Glide IDE. Been using this morning and already more productive. For me, one immediate feature missing, can we PLEASE reorder TABLES in the left-hand pane?


Yes, you can. Drag and Drop :stuck_out_tongue:

But yeah, I switched this morning and have been using it today. Still finding my way around it a bit, but already liking it way better than the old one. One minor annoyance is having to move from extreme left to extreme right when selecting/configuring items - think I’d prefer it if the current left and right panels were side by side (I think I recall @Jeff_Hager noting this when it was still in staging), and I agree with him on this.


Drag & Drop on TABLES not working for me? Maybe because mine are Google Sheets not Glide Tables?

Also, agree about the left <-> right movement, especially on a widescreen monitor which this IDE otherwise lends itself to very nicely.

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duh, sorry my bad. I was looking at Tabs, not Tables
That’s twice today I’ve stuck my foot in my mouth with drag and drop. Think I need a beer…


It’s 10:50am in the UK and now you’ve made me want a G&T too …


Yeah, that was my main complaint with the new UI. I’m still waiting for muscle memory to kick in, but I feel like I’m bouncing all over the screen to do things. Both visually and physically. I like a lot of it, but it has slowed me down. It just feels like there is a lot of left and right movement just to work on components, whereas the old way kept everything manageable in one location on the screen. In that sense, the old way feels better, but I have 2 years of muscle memory to reset.

It might be fine on smaller screens, but you start getting into wide and ultra wide screens, then the back and forth effect is amplified. I’d much prefer if we could move the panels around. In my opinion, I’d rather see the left and right panels pushed together on the right side, and the emulator on the left.