Thank you for considering AppSheet for your no-code development needs. We're here to help make your transition as smooth as possible. This page contains resources to help you succeed with as little friction as possible.
We've created a special hybrid of theAppSheet PRO Planthat includes a connection to your Cloud SQL instance at no additional charge to your G Suite subscription. This offer is valid for customers who had active apps at this time of the deprecation announcement in January 2020 and will apply as long as you are a G Suite customer.
App Maker was formally deprecated in January of 2021. For customers who have not yet activated this special promo, please contact your account representative. Some accounts with larger App Maker investments may be better served with a paid upgrade to one of our enterprise plans. Explore our enterprise feature set here.
If you have any other questions regarding pricing or need additional resources on transitioning to AppSheet, please don't hesitate to reach out firstname.lastname@example.org
AppSheet's more than just mobile. All applications built on AppSheet work across multiple devices and perform great on your desktop or mobile device. This allows for richer experiences of your apps' features, including interactive dashboards to present your data on laptops and large monitors.
We love our community and invite all App Maker users to join in! Visit community.appsheet.com, our vibrant public forum for questions and ideas around creating applications with AppSheet.
We will host additional App Maker transition webinars with deeper topic dives. All recordings will be posted posted to both the AppSheet YouTube channel and to the corresponding threads in thecreator community. Follow along in the AppSheet Community for the webinar schedule, registration info, and topic lists.
In addition to App Maker webinars, the AppSheet team hosts regular Office Hours covering AppSheet basics and Q&A.
Connecting to server-side Apps Script
The AppSheet team is currently exploring connecting to server-side Apps Script. We will provide additional information once it becomes available.
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