I work on 2 apps, the first for a restaurant and the second for the customers of the restaurant.
The 2 apps use the same Google Sheet but have different uses.
When i add something with one app, the refresh isn’t instantaneous for the second app.
Is there a solution ?
Thank’s for your help.
That brings up an interesting question in my mind. @mark or @david In a case like this where two apps are pointing to the same sheet. Does the database backend have two sets of data in the database, or does it recognize the unique ID of the spreadsheet and only have one, which both apps are linked to?
That’s a very good point.
Glide keeps data separated between apps, but it should reload the data of all apps that are connected to a sheet if one of them changes the sheet. Thank you!
Is that a thank you, we will add the functionality, or a thank you, for bringing that up and that is what happens now?
I’m sure it’s a very low level thing but it would make sense that at app creation,
when the developer selects the database to hook to the app, that the ID be looked up in the “system” and if it already is being cloned to the database by another app, have the new app also point to that instance.
I know it sounds simple and most likely impossible especially with varying app settings, like filtering, sorting, etc. I’m just brainstorming… forgive the ramblings
That’s a Thank you, we will implement that
At this point I’m not sure it makes sense to merge data between apps with the same sheet, especially with what we have planned for the future, but we’ll think about it.
I will not need to create 2 different apps if I could manage different rights for users.
See : https://community.glideapps.com/t/rights-access-per-user-or-group/405
Yes but the delay is a little long.