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  1. Hi! Just wanted to add these links that will come in handy if we want to learn more about Views. Hope it helps! https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/what-are-views/creating-a-view-to-join-tables/ https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/what-are-views/
  2. Hi guys! Just wanted to add a couple of references we can go to if we want to know or learn more about Triggered Actions. They execute on specified events(on update, insert, or delete) to perform actions on data in your tables. Hope this helps! https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/triggered-actions/
  3. Hi! Just wanted to share the How-To links about Creating or editing a style and also a video about it. Once you are familiar with Caspio's Style, changing the appearance of your DataPage will be a breeze Hope this helps!
  4. Hi @TeamVilla, I'm curious about these types of tables you mentioned. I've been creating Tables for quite some time now, but I haven't been able to run into these types. Would it be possible if you could provide links where you've read about them? Thanks!
  5. Thank you @tellyfor sharing! Also, just wanted to add that we can do tons of customization to our Caspio DataPages whether you are familiar with basic CSS or not because they already have some elements we can edit on the Styles. I can recommend going through the articles related to Styles, this video might come in handy too, and of course, going through each element when you have time, will be very helpful in the future if you want to edit other element's styles.
  6. Additionally, you can check their how to article https://howto.caspio.com/datapages/forms/conditional-forms/ to know what are the limitations, or fields that cannot be used in rules.
  7. Hi! What you can do is I created one rule per value to hide sections and one to require fields. I am not sure if there is an easier way to do this, but I think it works fine. You can check the sample DataPage here. To achieve this, I created a total of 10 rules since I am using 5 values that I will refer to. In this screenshot, if my field is not equal to Opened, I will hide section 2, which is the only section that I want to show up if the field IS EQUAL TO Opened. Treat it as a reverse way. Instead of setting the criteria to IF FIELD is not equal to THIS VALUE, THEN SHOW THIS SECTI
  8. Hi! I was trying out rules as well and encountered problems. This article was very helpful as it states Caspio rules' action limitation and other information such as frequently asked questions we users might experience. https://howto.caspio.com/datapages/forms/conditional-forms/ In my case, a same field or section is already used in another Action that's why I wasn't able to use the field. I hope this helps!
  9. Hi @imJihyo! I am also a newbie when it comes to calculations and formulas, but I got curious when I saw your post so I tried it out. I was thinking, what if I don't want to use the actual value of Pi inside the calculation (I wanted to use the symbol itself) and also what if I want to use different powers (n raised to 3, to 4 etc.) Here's what I came up with: Pi()*(Power([@field:Radius], 2)) It actually does the same thing as your calculation, but it uses Caspio functions Pi() and Power(field, n). You can learn more about other functions on their HowTo article. I find it very help
  10. Hi everyone, just wanted to add these links too. It helped me a lot when I was just getting started with tasks. https://howto.caspio.com/tasks/ And since Application tasks and Triggers are somewhat similar, these were helpful too. https://howto.caspio.com/tables-and-views/triggered-actions/ https://www.caspio.com/webinars/introduction-to-triggered-actions/
  11. I'm not really sure about what you are trying to achieve here, but I hope this video helps. It shows how you can use Tasks and Triggered Actions to automate workflows. https://youtu.be/v9SDmaHuSr4
  12. Just wanted to share this as well. Just in case you want to use an email inside your table as the recipient, you can create mail to links as well. The good news is, this time you can do it using standard features. No need to add codes. What you need to do is just change the render value as to email link and that's it!
  13. Hi @imJihyo It is indeed very simple, but it's totally fine! With Caspio's many features, we often miss out some and overlook them. If you don't want to use CSS, you can click this icon and it should make the editing screen bigger and also show other settings available, alignment, creating tables etc.
  14. Additionally, after reading a couple of articles about this, they suggest adding opacity: 1; because the opacity of a placeholder in Firefox is lower. I hope this helps.
  15. Hello @imJihyo, I tried to recreate this on my end and for some reason, changing in the Styles or using a CSS code on the Header, but I tried to use this code. I tried to apply it both on the User-Defined Style section inside Styles and also on the Header section of the DataPage. (If you will be using this on the Styles) ::placeholder { color: #a97bc7 !important; } (If you will be using this on the DataPage Header) <style> ::placeholder { color: #a97bc7; } </style>
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