Hello, it is possible to have an enumlist wri...

(Adam Grunys) #1

Hello, it is possible to have an enumlist write a new row for every item selected in the list?

The form selections is as follows:

Date: 11/21/2018 person: John location: Denver Task: “which is my enumlist”

Once submitted I get one row as follow: 11/21/2018, john, Denver, Checked oil

Replaced air filter,

Would like to show as follows:

11/21/2018, John, Denver, Checked oil 11/21/2018, John, Denver, Replaced air filter

Thanks

Adam

(Dinh Nguyen Nguyen) #2

@Adam_Grunys Hi Adam, I’m afraid this is not supported. If you want the each task to have its own row, I suggest using an Enum instead of an Enum List. Of course, this also means that the app user will need to manually add a new row for every new task.

(Adam Grunys) #3

Thanks so much, that’s what I thought. Would there be a way then to parse out each item out when it’s is used in a chart view?

(Dinh Nguyen Nguyen) #4

@Adam_Grunys I don’t quite understand what you mean by “parsing each item”, but below you’ll find a few sample apps that use charts. You can check them out for ideas on how to create your own charts.

appsheet.com - Chart of related records - Display a chart of related records

https://www.appsheet.com/samples/How-to-make-a-pie-chart?appGuidString=f1f26085-cfa6-4363-905f-4313e8f23b08

https://www.appsheet.com/samples/How-to-make-a-histogram-chart?appGuidString=741af1aa-4766-4358-b401-3dfeb2ef6751 Chart of related records - Display a chart of related records appsheet.com

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See how the task are being grouped, I would like to parse them out and group them in chart as like tasks

(Adam Grunys) #8

Thanks for your feedback

(Adam Grunys) #9

This is what the results look like when using enumlist:

(Adam Grunys) #10