I have two tables, one called “Things” where I put all the content, and one called “Users” where I have all the users. I have added a boolean row called “Is favorited?” and made it “User Specific” in my “Things” table.
I have a tab called “Favorites” where I want to display all my favorites, so I have created a list with the following filter: “Is favorited” is not empty, but it doesn’t display my favorites, it shows some random content which I didn’t favorite it.
Any ideas on how can I display user-specific favorites?
Try this :
Is Favorited> is > true.
Is Favorited> is not > false.
I think “Is Favorited > is > true” should be enough, if he just wants to display items that have been favorited.
@Alexandru_Giuseppe_I for your information, the boolean can be in 3 states:
- True (favorited)
- Empty (default state)
- False (you likely have favorited the item but un-favorited it at some point)
Hence, the filters related to any boolean should be is true or is not true, to cover the empty state.
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