Thanks for your reply Nigel
So you mean to say that if I create a query like this,
SELECT A, B, D, F
WHERE A CONTAINS ‘Unique ID of current user’
and use that as dynamic data source in bubble using the blockspring API, each time a unique user logs in, the query will be automatically populated with the unique ID of the users who are logged in?
So what I am trying to say is that, in tha case the query itself will be dynamic based on the user logged in?
Sorry, I am a noob at al this.
Actually I tried this but it didn’t work (maybe the field didnt matched) , so I then manually pasted the unique ID and ran that query, it didn’t worked either. After that, I shortened the digits of the unique ID in the sheet and ran that query, it then worked. So that meant that there was some kind of number of digits issue, given that the unique id is pretty hefty.
After that I tried to create a dynamic query, using the user first name as the dynamic variable, that didn’t worked either. So does that mean that I have to hire a developer to create a custom block, which reads the bubble database for fields such as unique ID, username etc and thus allows to make dynamic queries based on the user logged in.
Sorry, this is the point I am really stuck at, and a reliable solution to this problem will decide whether I could create my app on bubble or not.