To update or modify the details of a particular App, you can edit it from the Dashboard. When editing the App, you can change its description, add more images, provide a video link, update the App’s icon, and more. To edit the details of a particular App, first, select the Environment from which you want to do it. To do so, click on the “Environment” button in the top left corner of the screen and then select the preferred option from the list.
Next, go to “Apps” from the main navigation menu to open the list of all available Apps. Alternatively, scroll down to the “Apps” section on the main “Dashboard” page.
Use the search to find Apps by name. To do so, input the name of the App you want to find and edit into the search field. To open the App, click on its icon. NOTE: Apps with the “Pending” status cannot be edited unless put “In Review”. This keeps the developer from being able to edit the app while you’re making changes to the app.
Once you opened the App, scroll down to view and edit its details.
To start editing the opened App, first, click on the “Edit” button and then select “Edit” from the list.
Next, use the fields to edit the App’s details:
- Name: Allows to change the name of the App (as it is displayed in all interfaces);
- Summary: Allows to add or modify the summary of the App (normally provides a brief description of the App’s functionalities);
- Website: Allows to provide a link to the webpage that is associated with the App.
The fields for your app will be different based on how you’ve setup your app types.
To finish editing the App and apply all changes, click on the “Save” button respectively.
For more advanced editing, you can edit the App’s contents directly using JSON. To do so, first, click on the “Edit” button in the top right corner of the screen and then select “</> Advanced Edit” from the list.
After that, make the preferred modifications to the code and then click on the “Save” button to apply the changes.
Once the App is successfully updated, the corresponding notification will indicate so at the top of the App’s details page.