Using find & replace on a string with a regex pattern @([A-Za-z0-9_]+) allows you to find a @mention in a sentence.
It would be awesome to add the ability to extract a word within a string
:extract only allows the user to extract an email. If you added the ability to extract text from a string, with a regex pattern then it would be possible to trigger a workflow when a username is mentioned, (although mentions themselves wouldn’t be clickable).
I’d like to get mentions from a text, using a regex like this /@\S+/ should return just that.
I actually ended up using another solution found on the forum which uses webtask and the API connector to accomplish just that but for the future it’d be useful to simply :extract things from text using regex.
Hi. I am trying to implement this but cannot…
I created everything that you mentioned in the picture above.
I have a multiline input A and I have a repeating group text. I’m assuming this repeating group text is going to display the names of the user I mention in the multiline input A.
How do i make this happen?
does this eventually work out as how bubble has in their forums, that everytime we type @, a list appears with selection capability. Im assuming the list that pop’s up in bubble is the repeatinggroup text you have up there. Do I have to put in image elements inside the repeating group?