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Show different content by login

April 17, 2019 at 1:27am

Show different content by login

April 17, 2019 at 1:27am
Loving Glide so far. I think it's incredible. I have a bunch of apps that I would like to make where different people see different content, eg. on login. I can see how you can have an email whitelist, but it'd great to be able to show different content for each email address. Is that possible? Or at least a possible feature request?

April 18, 2019 at 3:47am
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Yes! This is possible on staging, please try it and let us know how it goes: https://staging.heyglide.com
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Look for "Email filter" and try to figure it out :D
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This is an amazing feature I recently found in Staging. I tried and it works flawlessly. To make it work, you need to add (if one doesn't already exist) a column to the sheet that contains the email address. Then on glide editor, select the "email filter" toggle and select the column name contains the email addresses. Make sure, under app settings, choose either "public with email address" or "email whitelist" sign-in method (because only then the app can filter the content according to email used to sign-in) Bravo Glide
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Yes, I've just had a play with it. Incredible! I especially love that any rows without an email address show up to anyone, while rows with email addresses show that content only. Love your work Glide!
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Amazing! Works perfectly :-)
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Just a question concerning : staging.heyglide.com - What happens with the apps we build there? Is it a Beta test area? Should we rather wait for the arrival of the features in go.glideapps.com? I am just asking as i am on the verge to use some apps professionally and can not afford interruption/modification once they have been build.
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Amazing! Works perfectly :-)
Copying from #insiders channel "Warning: Here be dragons–staging can sometimes go down, we might delete your apps or your whole account, etc. Do not use the staging server for production apps, please only use it for testing."
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Copying from #insiders channel "Warning: Here be dragons–staging can sometimes go down, we might delete your apps or your whole account, etc. Do not use the staging server for production apps, please only use it for testing."
Thx very mych Taha, it is what I assumed, but just to be sure :-)
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July 18, 2019 at 1:48pm
Hi, any updates on this feature? Is it available in production? Thanks
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Thank you! This awesome! By the way great app, thanks for building it.
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July 19, 2019 at 7:58am
That wouldn't work for multiple email users for one row would it?
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July 19, 2019 at 4:56pm
I dont think so . I have a similar problem where I want to give access to a row in one sheet (Items) to multiple people. I can make a list of people in a second sheet (Permissions) with a row per person per item and use the lookup function in google sheets to populate details from Items sheet in the Permissions sheet. You can then build a page around the Permissions sheet, with a list filtered by user. This works OK if you dont want to add or edit anything. However if you want to add something, I cant find a way to open an item on the Items sheet if someone selects that item on the Permisssions list....
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Thanks probably too much of a complex solution for me. I wanted to give access to extra content to people who will subscribe to the app. Ideally I would have had the same app and just hide/unhide the relevant rows for the people who subscribed. As it stands, I will just have two apps.
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Could you have your list of users in a sheet with a column that shows whether or not they are subscribed, then use the subscribed column as a reference to a second sheet with the subscription only content. A third sheet would have your free content. You could have a detail page with two inline lists. One pointing the the free content sheet and another pointing to the subscribed content using the reference.
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July 20, 2019 at 6:31am
Glide does actually support multiple owners in for one row. Make columns Email 1, Email 2, etc, and then select the column Email for the filter. You can put in one email address per column. Sorry this is hidden - we're working on new features to make things like this much easier and more discoverable.
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July 20, 2019 at 4:13pm
Are there any other applications for array columns? Or are pictures and emails about it?
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August 6, 2019 at 10:57am
Glide does actually support multiple owners in for one row. Make columns Email 1, Email 2, etc, and then select the column Email for the filter. You can put in one email address per column. Sorry this is hidden - we're working on new features to make things like this much easier and more discoverable.
I think I saw a short video with this one, adding multiple email addreses for one row, but it seems I can't find it any more. could you help please? Thanks
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September 6, 2019 at 4:27am
Am I correct in understanding that the per-user data only works when the layout is "List". I have many Details type layouts but don't see that I can filter any of the components I add to those pages using the email filter.
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September 6, 2019 at 9:08pm
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My largest confusion is editing for per user. I have mine set but can still.edit anyones listing. Am I missing something?
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