Map views are be great for finding destinations, viewing territories, plotting locations & more. These maps rely on a data source table that contains latitude & longitude coordinates or addresses (that are geocoded with lat/long data). When building these views, there are a few ways to add extra layers to your map, including a new option of adding a 'read-only' KML layer.
Some helpful resources for finding common, government boundary KML files include:
AppSheet Workflows allow for automatically sending customized emails, text messages, push notifications, as well as producing custom PDF attachments containing custom data fields. Previously, those PDF attachments were only available to be received via email, making it difficult to revisit those files over time.
Now, any generated PDF can be automatically saved to the app's data source (and also sent via email), allowing for easier storage and sharing options within the team.
Archive options include:
Tables that use Image or File column types use cloud-based file storage to persist and retrieve this content.
By default, this file storage is co-located with the table data source (eg: with Google Drive or Office 365). In the case of database data sources, the default file storage location is the cloud file system used to create the app owner's account.
Now, AppSheet can be configured to store images or files directly to a data store, by first setting up a relational database data source and adding the database Object Store.
From the Account -> Integrations -> Stores pane, choose Add and then choose "DB Content". This brings up a dialog where you can choose a database data source, a database table or view name, the label column name and the content column name. Learn More