Hi Tony - Yes.
I’m manually syncing every few seconds and after about 60 seconds, the sync finally picks up the change in the google sheet.
This morning, I experimented both ways.
If I make a change in the browser view, it takes 60 secs for the app edit window to pick it up (even though I am pressing sync every few seconds, and even though the change can be seen on the google sheet after a few seconds).
Same vice versa, if I make the change in the app edit window.
As I’m pressing sync every few seconds, the syncs are quick (1.7 secs), as you would expect, because the change isn’t being reflected in the sync.
Sometimes the sync takes 4-5 seconds, but still the change isn’t picked up by the sync.
finally, it will pick up the change.
I had one occasion, where the change was picked up by both windows after a few seconds, but that’s rare.
The app version in both windows is the same.
It’s a prototype app, for me to test ways to try and overcome the fact that appsheet can’t create multiple rows, as yet.
I just did a test where I deleted a row from the sheet and both app windows took two minutes to catch the change (with me pressing each window’s sync button every few seconds) .
I then closed the browser app view, and added a row to the sheet, which took minutes to be reflected in the editor app window (with manual syncing every few seconds).
Same for when I deleted a row via the sheet.
Just tested one of my deployed apps and everything is working fine, with sheet changes being reflected in the sync almost immediately.
Just closed the app and sheet and reopened them, but still taking minutes for the sync to pick up the changes.