It is not a repeating group inside of a repeating group.
It is two different repeating groups…and in fact you only need one.
- repeating group is the times of day broken into 30 minute slots ( each slot is represented by a cell in the R.G.) you need to put elements into the repeating group cells to represent your events.
Check the post I linked to about making a custom calendar…that would be a place to start…then read the posts about the drag and drop (which isn’t necessary as you don’t need drag and drop functionality, but if you were interested in giving a user the ability to move the event from one time slot to another you could utilize it.)
But yes, stepping up your bubble game is necessary…one key piece to “bubble game” is getting comfortable with banging your head on the table while pulling out your hair in frustration, then regrouping, searching the forum, reading through dozens if not hundreds of posts, to finally try again, then fail again, go onto @romanmg youtube channel to see if she has a free tutorial, if not search the forum again and repeat until you eventually figure out the solution.
Sometimes you have to think outside of the box…like way outside the box. In doing so you’d be surprised at what you could come up with for solutions, and very surprised about how much you can learn from the many mistakes you make, the hundreds of posts you read, and the tutorials you watch and rewatch.
It took me over a year and half to feel comfortable with bubble ( ie: feel like I could make what I want ) and still after two years on the platform I scour the forum daily for answers to questions I have, watch tutorials for the 10th time and constantly question my sanity for jumping into this…then when at 2AM I jump out of bed to test a theory and it works, I still get excited about waking up the next day to move onto my next challenge.
Bubble is extremely powerful, and like any powerful tool, it takes a lot of time and effort to really understand how to make the most of it. And like anything you are learning, it is best to make mistakes and try to learn from a variety of sources.