The Application Settings tab is where you can configure the global settings that will affect your entire application. This tab begins with your application URL, which can be used to share your app with others. Note that this URL will not be active until you have created and published at least one page using Page Builder. Individual components of your application will sometimes have their own URL for direct sharing.
Below the Application URL, you'll find an area to edit your app's name, description and icon, if needed.
In the top toolbar, you'll find a Publish Application button, which can be used to show and hide your entire application. When unpublished, users access your app via the URL will see a message that the application is currently unavailable.
Just like the application URL, this button will be disabled until you have created a page and thus given end users something to access.
Themes & Colors
In the next area, you can choose either a light or dark background for your application as well as the primary color that will be used for your toolbar and navigation elements.
Fonts & Text
In this area, you will soon be able to choose from a handful of different font options to help you style your application to your liking.
Your application may send users email notifications, alerts, reports and more. This area lets you customize the look and feel of those emails by setting a template that will be used for all email correspondence.
Finally, there's the File Manager, where you can upload and store files that can be used as part of your application.
Here is an example of a file that's been uploaded into the file manager.