Hey folks. New bubbler here. I’m creating a form that allows users to score their organisation against a series of statements using sliders. I’ve created a data type to store the integer values called “Impact”, but I want each user to only have one “impact”. I’ve got a workflow to “create a new thing” when I hit a save button, but what I’d really like to do is on page load, check to see if the current user has an “impact”, and if so, set the sliders based on what’s in the database. If not - create a new “impact” with the initialised slider scores as one, for a user to then overwrite.
In elements, in flows, in privacy rules, … many places
Bubble is considered by its founders as a visual programming language … a blank canvas contrary to how block app builders work. So … yes it is no code but they differentiate themselves from most no code platforms in this way.
Once you become familiar with it you may agree with them
Here a few 1-min videos on expressions:
Also, a quick series of instructional short videos might prove useful: