It seems like you have only one inline list and set it to show different items based on what the button sets to a user-specific column?
This has been reported multiple times. The inline list does not recalculate correctly when you set it up like that, and I’m not sure if there has ever been a fix. My workaround is to have multiple inline lists and use conditional visibility, but I understand that it would not scale well.
Thanks for the answer @ThinhDinh.
Yes, this sounds like my issue indeed.
It doesn’t recalculate correctly when the data set is the same size as the previous one.
Looks like the refresh detection considers the length of the dataset instead of a checksum.
Thanks for your workaround.
I’ve just tried using 2 lists and a visibility based on modulo, but it doesn’t work.
Any chance you could direct me to the correct thread?
Maybe I could find some other ideas.
I was going to post a glitch but saw this. Is this somewhat of the same issue?
The first inline list doesn’t update properly when “show see all for more than X” is enabled. It is slower to show up and doesn’t delete itself until you leave the screen and come back. Data being sent through API. If the “show see all for more than X” is not enabled, then it works no problem. Weird thing is, if you put two of the same list after one another, the second one works fine. The first one doesn’t.