Any way to make an image carousel show multiple pics at once?

I want my carousel to display smaller and more like this so it’s easier to see multiple examples of people’s work right away.

The problem I’m facing is that when i do an inline list, I can’t seem to just get the individuals data because it always pulls from the entire source.
But when I diplay as an image template (split text, glide tables) there’s no way to show multiple examples and because it’s lower on the page you don’t see the pop up that indicates multiple pictures

Can’t you just filter the list by the selected user?

ive been trying but I cant find a combination that works!

If i try filtering “stylist email is true” it goes away, if i start with “image split” it only let’s me pick “is empty” or “is not empty”

Picture shows example of what i want with inline list but it shows pictures that all different stylists have uploaded, not just the stylist who’s profile I’m on

Any other suggestions I should try?

Do you have a separate images table? If so, what is a common value that’s in both your Professionals table and your Images table? The only easy way you’ll get this to work is if your images are on separate rows. If you images for each professional are not on separate rows, then you would have to do some more work and create a working table that will dynamically populate with the correct images for a professional whenever they are selected from a list. It’s possible but harder to explain.

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Hi, here is an idea , it’s a little long but , 1 you create a date column (date and time), and next to it a rollup column to pick the last date of date column.
2 you create a custom action for when you click to arrive to this page , in the custom action you set column value for the date column created with Current date time
3 you add an if then else column , with if date = rollup date then x else nothing
4 a second if then else column with if your first one is not empty then your split list of images
5 you create a column for the image ranking , a simple number column with 1 2 3 4, meaning first row 1 , second 2 … depending on your desired num of images
6 finally you simply put your split list of images in a column using if then else , if column for ranking = 1 then first of split images

this should work I think

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i don’t have a seperate image table, the images are just included in the professionals table with all of their other details, but they are in their own row? This is what it looks like!

As @Jeff_Hager suggested, it’s a bit complicated. So probably easier to show you than to try and explain it :wink:


omg so complicated, but that looks amazing in the end, thank you so much for making that for me!!!

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Here’s another way. No action to enlarge image unfortunately, but still an option to my mind) The app is copyable.

ok i made it all the way to creating the relation between the two tp/true’s before I encountered a problem. I followed everything exactly except i didn’t auto-populate my “images” table like you did by copying over a row because i wanted to see if it would grab it on its own.

based on the ??? in the relation column it looks like i’ve done something wrong, or should i keep going?

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The fact that you see something in the relation column means that a relation has been formed. What it shows is irrelevant.

oh ok. In his video it showed all the images in that column, so i thought i was missing something. I’ll keep going!

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It’s a crapshoot what you will see in a relation column. Glide is just trying to show 1 or 2 pieces of information from each related row to give you a rough idea of what it found. Relations return rows of data. Not columns. So it really doesn’t matter what you see. As long as you see those pill shapes in the column with something in them, then you know the relation is working.

You didn’t show your Images table, so it’s hard to say what it’s trying to pull back. If you aren’t finished setting everything up, then there may not be any images yet for the relation to display (if it chooses to show you images)…or maybe your column order is slightly different from Darren’s. Either way, it doesn’t really matter as long as the relation is working and finding matching rows.


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