Introducing the Sign-in Action. You can now trigger the sign-in screen inside of public apps, meaning you can allow users to view your app first, without signing in.
Bl**dy brilliant nice one
Opens up a whole new world of possibilities
Question — does this mean that Public apps can now make use of visibility conditions that used to be restricted to sign-in apps?
You mean the visibility that is restricted to user profiles? You can always do that with the previous setup. First enable public with email, set a profile sheet, then switch back to public.
Yes, but that is a work-around and in apps where I’ve used it, it causes issues (signs users out when they close the app, etc.).
Ah, of course, when they initiate a new session it will be like a new user.
Exactly… the ideal way this should work is that the app behaves like a sign-in app once the user signs in (preserves login) and all the conditions for visibility should be shown in the editor, regardless of the sign-in method chosen.
bravo @JackVaughan and team. very useful
This is going to redefine the possibilities with Glide! Gotta check if we can whitelist users to Sign-in. If that happens, we can build membership based access too!
Thank you @JackVaughan and the Glide team. I think that ticks off one of the feature requests I added a few weeks ago!
Not gonna have time to play, so if you find out let us know. Thanks
Love this and already implement
Amazing feature. Thanks
Does anyone have any thoughts on this and/or a solution please? Thanks.
beautiful, thats what I need, just waiting for more stuff like character limitation in a form, and image/video crop and trim when upload. Glide is amazing
I have a question, I change my app to public, and want to hide a form button if user is not signed and also show the sign in button, but this is happening…
Do you have a sheet assigned as user profiles sheet?
yes I have it
Can you try setting it to user email is not empty?