Inline List Edit Changes All Lists

This is because when you go to view more the entire page view is set to that view. If you want individual styles you would have to have that 1st inline list when clicked it has a inline list that was added to it and the entire page would be set to details view with a inline list inside of it. Otherwise its pulling from same sheet same screen with just different filters and criteria.

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There is no option for a details style for the inline lists.

Hi @Jen_NYCP

Just a thought :arrow_down:

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He has it set to a limited amount visible so he is clicking see more so it shows the inline list.

I think this works for when I click on each business. Not for the inline list itself.

According to Mark, this is currently a Glide limitation. It’s been discussed here.

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Dang, kind of surprising. Will have to find a way to make this work. Thanks!

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Tried a few things, does anyone have a recommendation on how else I can display a list from the same sheet with a different style? Thanks!

you can make each item have their own Indenependent screen configuration. Then in those use details view then add the additional inline lists.

The details is the screen type.


Then in that add a inline list which you get to pick it’s own style
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Where am I supposed to find this independent screen option? There is none for the main details screen. Is this setting is tied to when you click INTO a screen not the screen you are on? If this is the case when I click INTO the See More list, the setting should be found on the details screen before that, no?

when you add a inline list click on features


then scroll to the bottom

you click this and it adds row identifiers in your sheet to make them independent

Oh yes I tried that, nothing changed. I think it’s for the action, so it’s tied to the next screen not the current screen you are on.

It’s tied to the list item you click on. So each item will pull up independent screens that you can manipulate and they will not be or look the same.

That’s not what I am looking for. I want the in line list screen to be independent of the other inline lists on the main details screen.

Thats what Im telling you. Otherwise they will all go to same screen. Or just make each one go to details and in that make an additional inline list that is filtered to match the list they clicked.Get rid of the see more and just do it that way.

There is no details style for inline lists.

And no independent screen checkbox for the details screen

What she is having an issue with, is not an issue with having an independent view for each list item, but rather, changing the style of the list viewed when clicking on ‘See All’. It changes the style for all separate lists that are contained in the same detail style screen. It’s the style selected in ‘See All’ that seems to change for all lists on the screen when you change one of them. It’s a separate issue that has nothing to do with setting independent screen configuration for each individual list item. Independent screen configuration is only condusive to a list that has a hard set number of rows. Here we are taking about a dynamic list of businesses that can grow and change, so it’s not possible to set independent screen configurations for each and every business. In this case, those businesses are contained in multiple filtered lists on the same screen. It’s the list view style in the ‘See All’ that can’t be independently set differently from one inline list to the next inline list.

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The only solution I can think of is this copy over the rows which fit the criteria onto another sheet. Is there a formula (I’m guessing this time will have to be within excel) if a row has ‘Yes’ for a specific column it gets copied over to another sheet, which all changes to that row on the first sheet being reflected on this new one?

You can use a formula like this in a new sheet to duplicate the data.
={'SheetName'!A:Z}