Accessing the App Management Screen

On the "App Management" screen, app administrators can view the list of apps that they have management permissions. They can also change the settings of, or delete these apps.
On the "App Management" screen, Users & System administrators can change the settings of, or delete apps even if they don't have management permissions for the apps. The apps in the Private app group, created by other users, are not displayed on the "App Management" screen.

Opening the "App Management" Screen

To open the "App Management" screen, click Settings Gear icon in the upper right of the screen and then click App Management. Image

Information Displayed on the "App Management" screen

This section describes what information the "App Management" screen displays.

App Management

License Usage

Item name Description
Apps Displays the maximum number of apps that can be created in kintone. The Current column displays the sum of created apps and apps that are under development and not yet activated. The number of apps of the Private app group is not included in calculating Limit or Current apps.
API Requests per Day Displays the maximum number of API requests that were made today by one app among all apps. The number of apps of the Private app group is not included in calculating Limit or Current apps.
Customizable Apps Displays the number of apps that include any of the following:
  • JavaScript and CSS customization
  • List of "Custom view" formats
  • Plug-in

List of Apps

A user who has system administrative permission can see a list of all apps, excluding apps that were created by other users and belong to the Private app group, regardless of which permissions the user has for the apps.

Item name Description
ID Displays the auto-assigned ID of the app.
App Displays the name of the app. You can click the app name to open the app. The app name is not clickable when the app is under development and not yet activated.
Settings Click this to open the settings page of the app.
App Group Displays which app group the app belongs to. For details, see What is an App Group?
Status Displays the status of the app.
  • Not Activated: Indicates that the app is under development and not yet activated
  • Activated: Indicates that the app has been activated
  • Changed: Indicates that the app has been activated, but that the setting changes have not yet been applied to the activated app
Records Displays the number of existing records in the app. A zero (0) appears when the app is under development and not yet activated.
Fields Displays the number of fields placed in the app. The following fields are not included in calculating the number of fields:
  • Created by
  • Updated by
  • Created datetime
  • Updated datetime
  • Record number
  • Category
  • Status
  • Assignee
  • Label
  • Space
  • Border
For the Group field and Table field, both the field and contained fields are included in calculating the number of fields. For example, if a Table field contains a Check Box field and a Text field, then the number of fields is three.
The number of fields is displayed as zero (0) when the app is under development and not yet activated.
API Requests per Day Counts the number of requests via API.
Custom view Displays "Yes" when any of the following is used:
  • JavaScript and CSS customization
  • List of "Custom view" formats
  • Plug-in
"No" indicates that such customization is not used.
Created by It is the creator of the app.
Updated by Displays the user who last updated the settings of the app.
Updated Datetime Displays the date and time when the settings of the app were last updated.

Click the header of one of the following columns to sort apps in ascending or descending order of the item:

  • ID, Name, App Group, Status, Records, Fields, API Requests per Day, Updated by, and Updated Datetime

Opening the App Management Screen from the System Administration Screen

The app management screen can also be accessed from the system administration screen. For details on how to access the system administration screen, see Opening the System Administration Screen.

From the system administration screen, click "App Management" to go to the app management screen.

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