I have Public apps, and I have Secure apps. B...

(Felix Tay) #1

I have Public apps, and I have Secure apps. But I can’t seem to pay for both.

How do I make it so that some apps are charged Secure fees, and some charged Public fees?

(Philip Garrett) #2

@Felix_Tay

Your entire account and all the apps in it are covered by one subscription plan. If you have some apps that need a Secure plan and others that need a Public plan, please create two separate AppSheet accounts. Put the apps that need a Secure plan in one account and the apps that need a Public plan in the other account. You can move apps between accounts as described here.

help.appsheet.com - Transfer an App Between Users or Accounts

Transfer an App Between Users or Accounts help.appsheet.com

(Felix Tay) #3

And what if i need to connect both of these apps together?

(Philip Garrett) #4

@Felix_Tay

Can you explain what you mean by connect both apps together?

Your apps can share the same data. For example, if you are using a Google sheet as your data source, both apps could use the same Google sheet.

(Felix Tay) #5

@Philip_Garrett_Appsh I want to link a Secure app to a Public app via a Gallery so that users can navigate between both apps