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@lepetitRider There are several ways to make this happen? Are you adding two rows per review intentionally?
How I would do this would be to create a relations for something unique (usually users email) between the two sheets. However, you may not have to do this if your reviews are only being displayed on one TAB in the APP. If that is the case, the users email associated with the review would be the “Edit” functions screen.
Set your own Condition for allowing to edit with Something like:
If you are linking a TAB that points to one sheets and bring in data from another sheet, you will certainly need a relation to make that happen.
I would be happy to help you with that part as well. We would definitely need some more information regarding what you are trying to do though.
A form already performs it’s own Add Row action as that’s the whole purpose of a form. Adding an Add Row action on submit is just repetitive. Actions on submit were added as a way for users to add additional actions, such as adding rows to a second or third sheet, setting a column value in the form’s parent sheet or any other sheet, showing notifications, or navigating to a completely different part of the app. The action of adding a row is already built into the form itself. You are not required to add any additional actions on submit unless you want to. The default is usually just a notification saying the form was Sent (Row Added).