I m not using this tips and tricks with me in practical sense to deploy my apps, but may use possible if needed.
There was a post claiming the deploy app process is a bit of pain, as it will involve the number of processes for the app users, click URL, download Appsheet app as containers, sign in with authentication bra bra bra. I share the frastrations, but we have to admit how it goes now, while I share such frastrations. Such a frastration could be solved by guiding our app user well, to educate how to
coach them step by step.
I m yet completely finishing my testing, but Appsheet + Google Site combination potentially works well? !
Embed Appsheet app could be easy, just paste the appsheet url to “embed” to those solutions. However, I recently faced issues, embeding Appsheet App to Google Data Studio is unstable. Some app can be embeded, but others not. Not sure why.
However, the app being rejected by GDS, is actually embedable to Google Site. Dont ask me Why?
For the app, you instantly deliver your own app to your users and you wish to escape from the questions how to deal with “install Appsheet App” bra bra bra, but you are happy that your user open your app with browser as web app, rather than running app as proper app with mobile devices, this may work well?
Solution is simple. Embed Appsheet app to Google Site (Free basically). And you let your app potential user know the Google Site URL.
This is taken from my laptop, but generally it behave almost same in mobile phone, i.e to run Appsheet app on browser without explicitly being asked "do you want to download appsheet app? "
When we directly open the Appsheet app url, it is generally being asked for questions initially.
But embeded version of app is protected by Google Site URL, so works differently.
Im not entirely confident if this is option to take, but just to give you a thought about the different way to share the app.
On this sample, i put appsheet app url “Encoded” as well as placing button where we place the same App url to jump over when the user click.
Good or bad? All done by Google solutions.