Creating A List Of Progress Bars

Is it possible to create a progress bar for every row in a sheet? I only seem to have the option to select the first row when using that component.

Today, progress bars can only be added to Details screens, which show one row at a time—although not necessarily the first row. (It sounds like you are showing a Details screen at the top-level, which shows the first matching row.)

You want a list of progress bars? Like a checklist, but instead of checkboxes, progress bars? Can you explain more about your use case?

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Thanks for the quick reply.

Yes I am.

I’m trying to create a budgeting feature in my app. Progress bars are a great way to show the % of the budget that’s spent. It’d look similar to this -

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I’ve asked for this several times. A way to add a progress bar to the bottom of a card view.

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Thanks for sharing that, the team had asked me to post the question here. Just to avoid any confusion, I’m not trying to add the progress bars to a card view.

No, but to add it to any inline view (including card view in my case…inline list in yours) would be stellar.

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Very nice!

We’ve discussed a generic ‘list view’, which would be specified like a details view, except the details are repeated for each row in the list. This would allow the feature you’re describing.

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Yes! That would be neat! Would be nice if it could allow for positioning/sizing/alignment of text and images too.

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Liking that layout. :+1:

Visually, very easy on the eye. It enables the user to quickly understand the data.

I am also believe that ‘progress data’ encourages users to interact and use the app more frequently.

This feature would be a welcome addition to glide.

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