I've been fiddling with Honeycode for a few days now, and I'm able to get done just about everything I want to, but I'm having trouble with this one thing. Basically I'm trying to make a stopwatch that can be paused multiple times. To do this I have an automation set up to insert a timestamp into a table when a "Start Pause" button is pressed, then another automation to insert another timestamp when "End Pause" is pressed. This works great when there is only one row of data in my table but falls apart when I have more than one row, and the automation continually gives me a #VALUE! error. I have a THISROW() column in the table which I use to find what row I'm supposed to be writing to via the following:
The PullPuncher is set by a previous automation which works regardless of how many rows of data there are in the table. This automation also sets the initial values for the Start and End pause times to 0.
The idea then is that when the Start Pause automation runs it will subtract the previous End Pause time from the Start Pause time that is there and add it to a Total Pause Time column before inserting the new Start Pause timestamp. So each time you pause it adds to a running total. Trouble is, regardless of what column of information I'm trying to pull from the table is also evaluates as #VALUE! and I can't figure out why.
I'm building this for a work project hence the lack of pictures, but if any pictures would be helpful I can do my best to try and take some without any sensitive information.
Thanks so much for the help.