Need help with "Do search for"

I’ve got a table that has two rows: first name and last name. How do I use “Do search for” over a text without using repeating group so that I get a list of names in proper order as given?

first name 1 last name 1
first name 2 last name 2
first name 3 last name 3
first name 4 last name 4

I’m using search for DBs: each item’s first name [space] search for DBs: each item’s last name which gives me the following in return.

first name 1 first name 2 first name 3 first name 4
last name 1 last name 2 last name 3 last name 4

Use :Format as text on your search results, then print the first and last names of each item

Gave it a try, still getting the same list as I was getting before.

Is there any other way I can try?

You must have done it wrong.

Maybe share what you did so someone can spot your mistake.

Sure,

So, this is what i did

And this is what I got

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Can you tell where did I go wrong?

Thanks

Well that’s totally wrong… (maybe have a look at the Bubble manual first, to get an understanding of how this operator works: Operators and comparisons - Bubble Docs)

The correct way to do this is this:

The delimiter should be a line break (just press the enter key)

Tried the way,

It came pretty close, but there is always First name 1, First name 2

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Worked for the last name column though…

Is there any other way I can try?

Thanks for the help!

Is there any other way I can try?

Just do it the way I showed (which is the correct way) and it will work.

(what you’re currently doing doesn’t make any sense…)

It worked!

I was again going the “search for” within “format as text” which caused double column. Had to do it with “this column” for both as you told.

Appreciate your help brother!

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