In this tutorial, you will learn about the App Settings section.
There are no pre-requisites to read, however, you must be the owner to edit this page.
In this guide, you are going to learn more about the main features available in this section. Please, navigate through the tabs according to your needs:
This page shows the general app settins like app name, collaborators and actions that will affect your app, please check the details:
To edit your app name via App settings, you must put the new data in
App name field and click on
In this section, you can add new people to contribute to your app. You will be able to enter the collaborator email and click on the
Don’t worry, if your collaborator doesn’t have a created account yet, you will see the following error message:
You can click on the
Send Invite button to send an invitation to their email!
Clean up app
This button can be used to delete the files that aren’t associated with any object and they’re couting space in File Storage.
In case that you are using an Array of files, we highly recommended that you don’t use this feature.
For security reasons, to delete completely your filfes, you must perform the following steps:
First of all, you’ll need to check what is the class and object that you require to delete the file.
You’ll need to add a query to update the field from the image with a ‘null’ at column space. By following this step, you delete the reference to the object and file!
Use the button
Clean Up Filesat Dashboard > App Settings > Clean Up Files, to delete files that are not referenced to any objects.
With the steps above, you have verified how it is possible to delete these files that have no relation.
Clean up log
By clicking on this button, this action will purge your System Log.
In this page, you will find the unique identifiers to access this app.
Here you can find the same keys as shown in
Core Settings >