Where is "is signed-in user"?

I am trying to create a profile in my app using the Instagram template as an example. But I see that this template uses a condition called “is signed-in user”. See screen shot. I am not able to find this feature condition when I try to create a form button. How do I get to a point where I can have this option?

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If you want to conditionally show the form button based on signed in user, then you can do the same thing using Visibility under the features tab.

In either case, “is signed in user” will only show as an option when you have an email column.

Thanks @Jeff_Hager. I do in fact have “Signed Up Email” in my table. I also had “Email” and that didn’t help. What I noticed is that the columns in the templated are typed. For instance, “Signed Up Email” column in the Instagram Data view has a @ in front. See below. My columns all have A. Could this be the cause? How would I correct this?

Do you have any empty rows or any populated rows that do not have an email in them. Especially the second row after the heading. Or do you have any rows with values in the email column that are not actually emails? Is there anything unique in your email addresses that may cause them to not be recognized as a typical email address?

The name of the column has no affect on how the type of column is determined. You can name it whatever you want.

Thanks that did the trick.

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Awesome! Out of curiosity, what was the problem?

Oh, my target profile spreadsheet was empty. It did not occur to me that I had to add some information in that target profile spreadsheet for the types to be recognized. So, as per your recommendation, I added one dummy email address and the option showed up.

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