If anyone can help me out, I would be grateful.
I would like to subscribe to the “pro” version of Thunkable.
First, however, I would like to redo my own little app, developed
I have 3 questions:
I need to activate a map with a traditional address
street, city, state (for example “Wall Street, New York, USA”).
In the version with Kodular I made use of an “Activity_Starter”.
How can I do with Thunkable?
I need to be able to automatically send a message in response to
one received. When I receive an SMS, I need the App to read it for me and
can give me the number are calling.
I need to keep an App Screen active during its use
without the screen darkening and having to re-enter the code.
In Kodular I used “set Screen1.Keep Screen On to true”.
Is there anything similar in Thunkable?
Nope. This is not possible at this time and could lead to a big potential violation of privacy. It is possible with natively coded apps (e.g. When Github sends me a verification code to enter into the browser, my phone automatically reads it and can insert the code), but not Thunkable built apps.
What kind of app are you trying to build? Does this completely impede you from being able to do that?
You ask me what should this app do?
I didn’t invent anything. It was an exercise in a book
for Kodular and I also found it in the stores. It’s an app
which is used to not use the mobile phone while driving the car.
If you receive an SMS, you are prompted to read and reply while
driving, dangerous habit of using the cell phone.
This app automatically READS the SMS and prepares
an SMS in REPLY, so that the driver does NOT touch the
mobile phone, the only thing to do is to press the send of the SMS
pre-filled response. I have only customized this app.
I created an internal, permanent table with 4 fields:
Surname, Name, Smartphone number, Gender. A phone book
internal and different from the system one. A table that is also secret,
in case others (mom, dad, siblings, wife or husband) can access the phone.
I added the Gender, so the pre-filled message of
answer recognize the person and differentiate, confidential him with a “she” or a “he”.
If the sender of the SMS is not present in this internal directory, the reply
it will be undifferentiated. But you need to have the calling number.
Violation of privacy is knowing the number used by who is calling me?
IOnly need this: to be able to have the number of the caller.
TMy app in Kodular works beautifully. I expected the same
functionality with Thunkable.
Sounds cool. Unfortunately at this time, we don’t offer that feature. Keep checking back though as we regularly review what components/features we will add next! Perhaps it will be included one day in the future