Hey there - New to Bubble and building a marketplace app that requires users to Request to purchase something and for that Request to be accepted by the seller.
Currently in my checkout flow each Request is saved in a list
On my Seller Dashboard, the Requests are therefore shown as a list. I want to show them as each individual item that the Seller can Accept or Decline vs. the aggregate Request list. Is this possible?
Hi there, @macyhong7… I am probably missing something there, but are you actually using a repeating group to show the list? If you set a repeating group’s data source to a list field, the items in the list will appear in individual cells of the repeating group. So, what is the highlighted element in your screenshot? I’m guessing it’s a text element, right?
Thanks for the speedy reply!
This is the way my Repeat Group is set up
And correct, the highlighted element is a text element. But hoping to show the text element and image element as the invidual item that the Seller can make changes to that item’s specific data (accept, decline etc.)
Not sure I follow this: If you set a repeating group’s data source to a list field, the items in the list will appear in individual cells of the repeating group.
Appreciate the help!
I’m having trouble understanding your setup, but it sounds like you need to be using one or more nested repeating groups. Have you tried that already?
What can I share to layout the setup? (Screenshots of specific datasets, screen recording etc.) It seems like a relatively simple problem that I’m not being clear on explaining!
Yeah, it is…
As @mikeloc already said, you just need to use a nested RG for the second list…
Or, if you only need to display the text, you could just use :Format as text on the second list, with a linebreak as the delimiter…
Hey Adam - So I want to show the individual products Item Name, Photo, Requested Dates etc. not just the text.
I’m not quite following how a nested RG would solve this issue! Would be great if you could provide an example if possible.
Really appreciate it, thanks!