Thanks for following up. I checked all of the suggestions but still have not found the problem. I am pretty sure I din not overwrite anything. I was careful to select 'Create New Page' I am one of the new developers as of the 27th. I did check the versions just to ensure. I checked the versions for the other developer and the recycle bin for all developers.
Here's the story...
I signed up for a DE with Skuid. When I signed up I was given 5 licenses. The 5 licenses were never assigned to resources. However, 2 of my developers, (all have Salesforce Admin privileges (we are building an app on Force.com) logged in and began to test Skuid about two weeks ago. These developers built some Project functionality and various Home Page functionalities.
I required two of my additional developers to log in and build some additional pages assigned to them. One did. The other has not as of yet. I too decided to learn. I logged in and created a page ( a total of 5 developers).
My initial two developers did the bulk of the work about two weeks ago and was continuing to build out functionality on their existing pages. I cannot locate any of their pages now.
The other developer that logged in for the first time, I can see his new pages. I was able to troubleshoot his pages, as you and your colleague requested. I was also able to troubleshoot mine.
The first two developers (with the existing pages); I cannot locate their pages. I do not show the pages in the recycle bin. I also do not show that I or the other developer over wrote their existing pages using the versions functionality.
I checked all filters.
Previous to the 27th, I was able to see 'all' pages--and so were my developers. When I logged in to create my first page on the 27th; I was able to create my first page. When I logged in on the 28th; I could not locate the Skuid application. I had to call Skuid. When I contacted the company; I was told that I needed to assign licenses to individual developers. The company showed 5 licenses but only one used. Apparently my two previous developers were using a single license. How this happened; I do not know.
Next, I assigned the users while on the phone with Skuid. I was then able to see the Skuid application in the application pull down, but I could not view the Skuid pages created by the developers (the bulk of the work that had been created to date). I could only see the other developers new pages and mine. I assumed it was because of the new assignment (although a flag was raised). I thought the developers would be able to view their own Pages. I was told by them that they could not.
The only thing that was different, in settings, was that the new developer had followed the required steps (see below) prior to my calling Skuid on the 28th. He apparently had followed these directions on the 28th. It is the only thing I can think of. All other developers, including myself, had not followed these steps. Not even the 2 developers that had created their pages weeks earlier and was continuing to add functionality.
- Assign users the Skuid Page Viewer Permission Set (needed for anyone who will be using Skuid in any way)
- Assign users the Skuid Page Builder Permission Set (needed for all users who will be creating / editing Skuid Pages)
Any more suggestions?