I’ve been reading through this topic Individual progression bar and it looks like there’s a way to set checkbox values for individual users in my app.
But I’m hoping that there’s a simpler solution, for a slightly different use case.
The detail page of my app shows a video tutorial and I want users to be able to tick off steps that they’ve completed as they watch the tutorial. That means that putting my checkboxes in a form button is far from ideal because when the user opens the form button, they’ll lose their place for the video.
However I don’t need to do any data aggregation. I simply need users to be able to check the checkboxes independently so I’m hoping that means I can use a different solution.
I’d also like to avoid having to make the app login only because that’ll put some people off using it. So I’m look for a way to either not rely on knowing the logged in user or to only ask users to log in if they try to use the checkboxes - replicating the behaviour of favourites.
Is this possible?