@boston85719 thank you so much for getting back to me so quickly. Truly appreciate that mate.
I must say I am not sure to totally understand the logic behind this with the user email address in the page parameter…
However, what I’ve done so far is the following (with an example):
1°) Consider a data ‘PROJECT’ in the database with slug = name of project.
2°) A project has a corresponding page URL https://nameofapp.io/project_page/slug
3°) on this page, a user can invite other users to join the project by clicking on a button ‘INVITE USERS’. Once they click on this button, an email is sent to the invited user.
4°) the invited user receives an email with a link which brings him to a new page URL (type: project): https://nameofapp.io/project_signup_page/slug
5°) This page displays a signup form for the new user to signup. Once done, the workflow is the following ‘Sign the user up’ > ‘Make changes to PROJECT’ > user_assigned add Result of step1.
6°) Then, on the initial project page https://nameofapp.io/project_page/slug, the user appears in a the corresponding RepeatingGroup with data source = list of user_assigned.
So it seems quite different than what you explained to me…
I actually tried to follow the latest video from Buildcamp about Team invitations and replacing Team by the Project page.
But in his video, what I don’t understand is the new page that we have to create for the invited user to signup… What’s the point of creating a new signup page when I already have one?
Thank you so much for your time @boston85719