Managing Project Apps in Naologic

Managing project apps is an essential part of your Naologic project. By understanding how to add, customize, and delete apps, you can effectively manage your project and leverage the various functionalities each app offers. This guide will walk you through the process and provide useful tips to ensure smooth project operations.

Adding and Customizing Project Apps

  1. Identify the project you want to add apps to and click on it. This action will take you to the project overview canvas.
  2. On the left side of the project overview canvas, click the button with a big plus sign. The default view is now the 'Apps' view, where you'll find different types of apps separated by categories.
  3. You can search for an app in the search bar or browse through the available options. Apps range from basic functional app templates, sales apps, purchasing apps, productivity apps, investment apps, operations apps, to human resources apps.
  4. Once you've found the app you'd like to use for your project, simply drag and drop it onto the canvas. This app will now be accessible in the app flow, where you can use the predefined template by Naologic or other builders, or customize it according to your needs. You can add different fields, change the copy, or alter the flow altogether.

Deleting Project Apps

  1. To delete an app, hover over the app node on the overview canvas and click 'Delete App'. Confirm your action, and the app will be deleted. Be cautious when deleting an app with active users and substantial data. Once you publish the project, the deleted app and all associated data will be irretrievably lost.

Understanding App Functionality

  1. To understand more about an app's functionality, you can refer to the descriptions provided on the left side menu builder. Another useful resource is the Naologic App Store on the Naologic website ( Here, you can find a list of apps that are installable directly from your builder. You can read more about each app's functionality in a more marketing-friendly way and understand what is available to you out of the box directly on the builder.
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