Thank you for your reply.
I’ve watched an android user and iOS user both look at my app.
I have 10 emails in “share the app” allowed before deployment in 30 days.
I set it to use “any” verification.
the ioS user managed to see the app, by validating themselves on Apple.
They click on the invite in the email I sent them and then they are asked if they want to download app or open in browser.
They selected open in browser.
Next, they’re asked to sign in (list for any they want to use) and this user selected Google.
Instead of Google allowing, they’re jumping through all the hoops.
(my note here was that the email invite, restricted in the editor. when I use Google to sign in on a Google OS, It shows my account and asks if I will allow appsheet to use my Google account. Just 2 clicks. But no.
Asked: email, then password then they have 2 step verification so they are asked to text a code for Google 2 step verification.
They navigate to text, memorise code, then there is no trail or signpost back. (could be the user doesn’t use “recent apps” .
So goes BACK through email invite and adds code.
THEN they are asked to download appsheet. It downloads.
Then they’re asked questions they really don’t need or know answer to.
ie Do you want to add appsheet to homescreen?
Then, do you want to open (my app) in Appsheet or add to homescreen. they don’t know, they just want to look at it.
Dead end. no forward road map. No signposts.
After all that jumping through hoops, they get asked to add my app to homescreen and it just sits there. No more can do.
It’s too much!
Should be a roadmap at start.
- invite by email (verifies them by email) click through.
- open in appsheet or browser.
- install appsheet.
- access app.
User experience at outset is bitingly important.
I won’t be able to deploy my app as planning to do this week for. §50 a month if my users (people recovering from COVID-19) is put this endless PROCESS!
Please use as feedback. roadmap. 4 clicks!