I have a form with three buttons calling custom actions. Is there a way to have each of them also submit the form so that the data gets saved?
No, I don’t think that’s going to work. Trying to use a built in form outside of what it’s intended for will make things more complicated. The only way to submit data in a built in form is the use the built in submit button.
What I would advise is to set up a custom form, which will allow you to use your buttons how you intend for them to be used.
Jeff, thank you for the reply. Somehow I’m thinking that I should be able to have a simpler solution. I’m essentially just wanting to have two options on a form - one to assign a person to the work order, the other to complete the work order. In each case I auto-populate a date and a status field, and then trigger a zap. Is there an easier way to do this than I’m trying? FYI, I’m a newbie to Glide.
Thanks for your help!
Maybe you can have a choice component for the status, say “Pending” and “Completed”. If “Pending” then show another choice component to assign a person?
Then trigger a zap based on the chosen status.
That’s a slick idea. It would be nice if the actions would allow more than one decision tree. Maybe that will come in the future.
There are a lot of posts about that, but this request has too few votes:
I voted for it