Thanks, I’ll check it out. I have another problem. How do I have the above happen separately for different users? I haven’t set up the User Profiles. Will that help? Still, it seems a daunting task to have separate views for each of hundreds and thousands of users, who may be viewing any one video and the counter values will keep changing for each. Any ideas?
The counter should be a user-specific column so you won’t face that problem.
Hi Manan! Thanks for tutorial. I’m having some issues getting this to work.
Mainly, I’m struggling to figure out the architecture of your app to make this all work.
I’ve copied both the layouts for the Navigation Screen and All Bikes spreadsheets but I’m a bit stuck wrt how to tie it all together.
Here’s a link to a short zoom video detailing my problem. If any Glide Experts want to reach out, I’d gladly pay for an hour of your time for your help.
Here’s a link to my app: https://zippy-house-5586.glideapp.io/
When setting up your increment action you could think about how it should look. For inspiration you can take a look here
thank @Krivo! much appreciated, I’ve been trying to figure this out for 2-3 hours now lol. I’ll have a look
I think your app is a bit over my head. Also, it might be broken when I try to copy it?
Like I said, over my head I tried to add some image links from Google Drive to populate the app with some images but it did not work.
The screenshot is from the app’s “Images” sheet.
Any advice here is appreciated – thanks!
That formula is looking for a custom function named
If you’ve copied the App and Sheet, then any scripts included with the original sheet would not have been copied over. So you would need to download and install that script manually.
Thanks Darren, I understand that. Just pointing that out because I think this would help other noobs like myself if/when they try to copy the app and it doesn’t work.
(Other noobs like myself that are likely not familiar with installing scripts like ImportJSONBasicAuthentication )
Hey @vijay, how did you figure this out? Did you have to manually link each tile to each row, or where you able to do this algorithmically?
Hey @alexdw5 sorry for the delayed reply. Firstly I see the error here that you are not doing the increment in a details view but instead you are doing it inside the row of a particular record.
That way it won’t work, you will need to work on a details view and use an inline list the way I made it.
I see we have a call scheduled for tomorrow. I will help you out fully during that. I think I will be able to help once I have a deeper look at how you have set up your app but I am sure it’s not a bug and it’s solvable.
Also for the screenshot you shared, I dont seem to have any scripts or importjson formulae in my sheet. Not sure where you are getting those from.
I’m wondering if there is any documentation on how to set up the sheets for this navigation using the increment function.
I’m trying to breakdown Manan_Mehta’s video, trying to work backwards to create the “navigation” sheet demonstrated in the video. And trying to figure out how to set up the relationships in order to create the nav buttons to move through the rows in a list of exercises in the main spreadsheet.
I’ve tried to set up my data tables just like you have in this video. Here’s what I get:
Obviously, my Relation Column “Ex TESTER” is not returning the RowID from “HOME WO” table. I’ve set it up exactly as you show in your video:
Is the app available to copy so we can see the data sheets and how you’ve set them up? I seem to be doing something wrong here.
I’ve just been looking for a simple way to navigate from one record (row) to the next record (row) in Detail View. Seems like a pretty standard functionality. Don’t know why it’s so hard.
What am I missing? Thanks!
Everything looks correct. The only thing you need to change is to uncheck the “match multiple” in the relation column. Let me know if that works out.
Unchecking “match multiple” doesn’t work. I actually got it to work the other day, but “match multiple” needs to be checked. (It’s checked in your example video.) And it’s not working 100% of the time…the “counter” is changing, but the data is not changing in the Layout screen of the app editor.
But, look at what is being returned in the Ex TESTER column: " " This is odd. Your video returns the ROW ID from your Bike List sheet.
Thank you for your help!
What the relation column shows is irrelevant. It’s just indicating if it found a matching row or not. It won’t necessarily show the column value that you are relating to. Just looking at @Manan_Mehta’s video quickly, it seems that all you need to do is add an inline list to the screen that uses that relation and it should show the related items based on the counter value.
Yeah, it was working. But then it stopped working. I’ll play with it some more.
Is your counter a number that would find a matching item in the relation?
Sorry for the delayed response. As @Jeff_Hager mentioned, the front end needs to have something that showcases the record you want to show.
From the screenshots you have shared it looks like the relation has been formed correctly.
If you still aren’t able to solve this, could you send a screen recording showing both the data sheet and the front end?
@Manan_Mehta good job.
I used this way for my app but since a couple of weeks, there are some issues to display the image (cf. this link related to the bug
Have you ever met this bug and, how did you manage to fix it ?
Thanks in advance for your help
I did check this out but it’s quite weird what you have there. Not sure what the bug is because I haven’t faced it before.