Hi everyone, I have a table view where the us...

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(Daisy Ramirez) #1

Hi everyone, I have a table view where the user grouped by list name. Once a user clicks on the list name, a second screen appears with all the tasks associated with the list and then they click on the task they need to view the detail.

Standard stuff. On the second screen that displays the tasks there is a plus symbol that allows the user to input a new record.

I was excited to see when you input a new record from this second screen it assumes the data for the list you’re in into the appropriate field.

Unfortunately I don’t know how I lost that feature.

I did set initial values for those fields and removed them but no luck - I’m unable to revert to that feature. The list is a ref field in the tasks table that has a select statement. I’ve removed that select statement as well but still no luck.

Any ideas how I can configure this to get back to

this functionality? Is there something that would prevent this default functionality? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks

(David Hopkins) #2

Daisy, this happens to me all the time.

Start by looking at your REF, typically when mine does that it’s because I changed something and Im no longer referencing the REF by the key field.

(Daisy Ramirez) #3

Thanks David, the ref field looks ok its still referencing the key.

I also attempted to revert to a previous version but was unable to go back further than the past week so I’m not sure when the feature went away.

Any chance a recent update could have affected this functionality?

Any help would be great as this feature was promised to the users.

Thanks

(Daisy Ramirez) #4

@David_Hopkins

Hi David, just an update this turned out to be a bug.

Praveen mentioned the fix should be available today by noon PST.