First time developing on Bubble, and I am stumped on this, hoping someone can help.
Basically, on one page, I have 3 dropdown text lists. On another page, I have numerical dropdown lists, which all default to 1.
Based on the user’s selections on the first page, I want it to change which numbers are selected on the second page, while still allowing the user to change them manually as well.
Is this possible in Bubble? If not, would there be another way to allow the number choices other than a list?
Thanks in advance!
Welcome to the Bubble community, @gwaplatt.
Exactly how you will do this depends on the relationship you want to maintain between the three dropdowns. Here are a couple of ideas to get you thinking.
One technique is to use a custom state to set the value of a dropdown.
Set the value of UserChoiceA based on what was selected in another dropdown.
If what you want is to set available choices in a dropdown based on selection in another, You can use a conditional to set the choices.
Passing values from one page to another is something else again.
Whatever you’re trying to do can in fact be done with Bubble – in a lot of different ways.
This is exactly what I was looking for. Thank you for the quick response!
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