Trying to build an app to help a group schedule who is or isn’t going to show up to a weekly game. What I want is for the user to be able click a button that basically toggles whether they are “in” or “out”. I want all users to see who has responded “in” or “out”.
So when they go on the app, it shows a form or button for that week’s game and they can click a choice selection or button saying whether they are in or out, and then below that, it shows who has 1. Responded ‘in’. 2. who has responded ‘out’. 3. Who hasn’t responded. Ideally this list is grouped by 1, 2 and 3.
Unless I’m missing something, that’s harder than I expected. You can create a user specific column that automatically records the choice specific to them as the signed-in user. But you can’t display data to all users from user specific columns. Right? I suppose you could have a form where they put in their name and then the answer of in/out. But I was hoping for a one click solution that can be easily toggled if they change their mind (rather than opening an edit screen) that doesn’t have the variable that they misidentify themselves or record a response for someone else.
So I’m trying to think if there is a way to write their choice to a column (or row) that will be displayed to all users, possibly by grabbing their user name or email address and writing it to a row. Would it be to an array that gets split later? I’m not sure… It’s either not easy, or I’m missing something super simple. I hope it’s the latter.