Whether you’re new to AppSheet and just getting started or want to learn how to improve your existing applications, figuring out what to do next can be a bit daunting. Here's a quick guide to help get you over the, “what do I do next” hurdle in case you find yourself in need of a little inspiration.
From new app creators to those looking to brush up on fundamentals, our free one hour course guides you through the fundamentals of becoming a successful app creator. Hosted on Udemy, this is the official AppSheet 101 course to get you started.
How to design your application
Sometimes the most difficult part of building an application is articulating what you’re trying to build. Because you don’t know what you don’t know, we’ve put together this quick guide on how to design an app that suits your needs.
Making your data work for you
The structure of your data impacts not only the type of app you build, but how it displays and performs. We’ve written a series of articles and recorded a data design Office Hours session to help walk you through how to better structure your data for easier app building.
Every few weeks the AppSheet team hosts a free webinar to showcase both new features and trending topics in the AppSheet Community. If you’re on our mailing list, we’ll send you an email notifying you of the upcoming webinar a few days beforehand. You can see when the next session is taking place by visiting this link. Previously recorded versions can be viewed on our YouTube channel.
Users of your application
Once you’ve shared your application with others, they are your best resource for improving your creation. Check in with them regularly to see what they need to be successful and modify your application based on their needs. There are few things better than seeing something that you’ve made make an impact on your very own community.
The AppSheet community is full of all types of app creators eager to support each other. We highly encourage app creators of all levels to visit this community often to post questions, request a feature or try their hand at helping a fellow app creator with their questions.
Happy app building everyone!