🆕 Is included in condition

We added a new ‘is included in/is not included in’ condition.

‘Is included’ is the opposite to the includes condition. Instead of looking for the second value in the first value it looks for the first value in the second value.

Learn more in our docs.

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I’ve used this a bunch already! I know it only works for text, but to be REALLY powerful, it needs to have the ability to check if a value “is included in” an array column or lookup from a relation.

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For lookup you can use the joined list and then run it through this condition. I am doing that in some cases and it works perfectly.

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Yeah, I’m doing that too in a couple of my apps…it’s just excess though, right—and not very intuitive to the masses who don’t know this trick.

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Oh yeah for sure! I knew you must already be using it. I posted the trick for the masses who might wanna do the same till the time Glide team can set it up for the lookup columns.

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I can finally finish the last pieces for the shop template :raised_hands:

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