Alter basic settings for your app including the name and icon
What are App Settings?
App Settings are where your app’s various settings are viewed and defined. It is accessible from the App Settings option on the right-side menu in Studio. You can also access it from the main dashboard by clicking the More menu option at the bottom of the app you want to edit, then Settings. These settings should be defined before publishing your app.
Options in App settings
Displays the name of the app. You can edit the name by changing it here. 80 characters max.
Displays the app icon. You can change the icon by uploading a 1024 × 1024 pixels image to ensure the highest resolution.
Displays the orientation of the app as shown to your users. You can change this from Portrait to Landscape or vice-versa. Apps will always be displayed in portrait mode on smartphones.
Enables or disables the selected add-on
About this app
Configure with your app’s and organization’s information
Allows customizing of the About this app overlay with a rich text editor. See the instructions for using variables.
Custom fonts tab
Custom fonts must be uploaded in .ttf file format.
Browse files in/Folder/Select
Displays your PC’s filesystem, allowing you to navigate to the location of the font file on your PC and select it for upload to your File Manager.
Make it available to the organization
Allows the custom font to be made available to your colleagues
Launch assets tab
Launch assets are detailed in another article here.
App security tab
Allows configuration of screen security rules to secure specific screens in your app and prevent unauthorized users from viewing them. See this article for more on screen security.
Data source security
Allows configuration of data source security rules, which are used to secure your data in case of unauthorized access.
App tokens tab
Allows an app token to be generated
Allows editing of the selected app token
App template tab
Set this app as a template
Allows setting the current app as a template that your colleagues can use