This is the Info tab of the editor. There are several aspects of the Info tab that we recommend you use as you build your app: the Dashboard, and the Errors, Properties, and Documentation sections.


In the Dashboard section, you can edit the logo, name, and description of your app. You can also look at your app's versions, your plan's requirements, and recent user activity. When you select "Edit Logo", you're redirected to the UX > Brand tab. 

Here, you can make decisions about your color theme, app logo, and more. If you have an image file on your computer that you want to use as the app logo, convert it to a URL first so that the editor can recognize it.

If you see a notification in the Dashboard that your app has errors or warnings, you can click on the notification to navigate to the Errors tab.


In the Errors section, you can see what errors and warnings are present in your app, if any. The text should provide some explanation for the type of error a suggestion for how to resolve the issue. If you have difficulties fixing your errors and warnings, there are several troubleshooting strategies you can try. You can also talk to the AppSheet team and other app creators on the AppSheet Community page.


Back in the Dashboard section, if you select the "Edit Name" or "Edit Description" links, you'll be redirected to Info > Properties.

In the Properties section, you can explain what your app does, see what version it is, and provide your users with additional information.  It is often beneficial to fill out these fields so that your team, users, and other stakeholders have context for your app.


The Documentation section allows you to add more information on your app, such as its category, function, and purpose. Where the Properties section is primarily helpful for users, the Documentation section is like a "note to self" about the app. You can also mark the app as "Personal Use Only", meaning that you're the only user--and that you don't need to pay for a subscription

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