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How to manage multiple floor plans in AppSheet?

AppSheet floorplans

AppSheet is a great solution for engineering industry. Thanks to the map function with its own background, we can mark the details on the building plan (or another image).

We may often have to manage multi-storey facilities.

In this post, I will show you how to create an application  for managing multiple floors in the building quickly and efficiently.

What tables you need

You will need 3 basic tables in which we can add new information at will.

  • Buildings – for storing information about the building
  • Floor plans – for storing the map backgrounds
  • Entries – to create an entry using the building and its floor plan

appsheet floorplans - How to manage multiple floor plans in AppSheet?

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Check out the whole article at Wojciech Szczepanik’s website.

Wojciech Szczepanik

I am a stoic entrepreneur with the power of leadership. I have been on both sides of entrepreneurship, and know how to help people succeed. I have a background in engineering and business development, which has given me a unique perspective on what it takes for an organization to be successful. I believe that being able to wear different hats is critical for any leader, so I spend time working on many projects simultaneously. Propably the biggest fan of AppSheet in Europe. I am a trainer at Akademia Aplikacji, where I teach AppSheet to the next generation of developers.

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