Conditions on actions

Here is a tip for you - use the Command-Shift-4 keys together, then you can click and drag to take a screen shot.

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If I’m being honest with you, I don’t know what is the problem all I want is to not make users edit other peoples post and I don’t know how to make that not happen I’m not sure where the edit button is link to so I just sent you guys all of the information I know and I don’t know maybe you guys can help me figure it out. Because how can an app be created if other people is allowed to edit other peoples work you know?

Click on the Title component on the left hand side.

On the right hand side towards the bottom you will see Actions. One of them is Edit. That is the action for the edit button. That’s what needs to change.

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Thank you, thank you thank you thank you thank you from the bottom of my heart really.

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Is that your only issue? :thinking:

For now yes :joy:

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Actually I do have one now. I would like to allow people to add pictures if they please of my app how do I do that. This is what I have so far

Almost all components have configurations that allow you to set their visibility. For collection components, in addition to visibility, there is also a very useful filter feature for controlling the authority or conditions for the appearance of the component. With a little trial and error, you will quickly understand the differences.

Next, you may need to learn about “row owner” and “role,” which in my opinion are table management strategies. Do you need documentation on this?

Note: You can use shift+command+4, as suggested by Darren, to create beautiful screenshots. :smile:


You’ll first need an image column to store that image. Point your image component to that column. Then you can use an image picker to allow users to upload an image to that column.

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Thanks for the video, but it didn’t really help. I don’t have the same things as him like he has a folder and I don’t I just have images

What do you mean by “folder”?

What’s your ultimate goal here? Allow users to submit forms? Or interacting with a specific row? From your screenshot, I think it’s the first.

You can add an action that opens a form, and add an image picker component that points to the image column in your “discussions” table.

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Oh dear, perhaps we misunderstood your point. Are you asking about a tool that can be used to upload an image instead of the issue of allowing someone to upload an image?
If that’s what you mean, then you can use the Image Picker, a tool categorized under Form Elements.

I can’t find this " image picker" can you plz show me how it looks plz

thank you so muchhhhhh

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