i was banging my head against the wall trying to figure out how to make a horizontally scrolling table.
not only would I have skipped over option sets as the solution (when I first saw these appear in the editor, i simply shrugged my shoulders), i don’t think i would’ve ever figured out the conditional text fundamentals to make the whole thing work.
@eli — this was as awesome video! For a relative beginner, there is a wealth of possibilities in here. Thus, thank you for doing this!
I do have a question: I’ve used this to experiment with a set up similar to the Netflix streaming home screen when you first log in. Scroll up and down for genre or category, and side to side in that category. Do you think it is possible to set up a condition where it passes over a row (referencing my version of this) and then makes that row disappear from view if there is no content? Example: if you have 3 rows; Comedy, Drama, Horror…and there was no Drama, could that row somehow be set to condense down so that just Comedy and Horror appear, with no blank row/gap inbetween?
Hopefully that makes sense…and if you can lend a thought, that would be awesome!
@eli thanks for making this video. I was blown away at the additional possibilities of option sets.
Re RGs, have you tried making it so that users can ‘freeze’ columns? For example, making a sticky leftmost-column as default, and potentially allowing the user to expand the freeze selection?
I’m building a comparison site that relies on robust filtering of tables to query my DB so the closer I can get to full ‘pivot-table’ functionality like you’d have in Excel/Google Sheets is the aim. Any other tricks you’ve come across that would help me to that end would also be appreciated.