Hi all! I'm pretty new to tables and formulas so I might be doing something wrong. I have a few formulas set up in my table and they work well when I manipulate the table directly in the table editor, but when I create a new table row through my app the formulas all return a
Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks!
We'll probably need some screenshots to be able to help, but some things to checkout:
About data cells
Data cells are objects in Builder that you can use to show data from a table, either as a direct reference or from an expression.
What’s more, data cells are super customizable and give you flexibility to:
Allow app users to edit data
Use data cells as variables
Display data based on a condition
Use data cells in automations
Choose how to format your data cells
Make data cells editable
It’s easy to make data cells editable. In data cell properties, simply select “Editable“ f…
Adding a filter to a column list makes it easy for users to sift through data, so they can see just the information they want.
Builder's tip: Please note that these steps assume you already have a table with columns of data.
In Builder, click + Add objects and select Column List.
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Fill out the fields for List source (the table) and Display (the columns you want shown in the app).
Click the checkbox for…
As Andrew said, we will need some screenshots to be able to help. As a reminder, please do not share any screenshots containing private information.
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Thanks for the replies! I actually figured out that the problem was that that "Done" automation was writing blank data to those cells. Removing those cells from the automation fixed the problem!
Thanks for your help!
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