Awesome! Thank you.
Thank you for reaching out and sharing the detailed insights regarding your setup and the challenges you are facing while using the plugin. We value your effort in setting up a structured Kanban board using the plugin, and we are here to assist you in ensuring it operates seamlessly.
Have you had a chance to check out our demo setup for implementing Kanban-like repeating groups (RGs)? It has been structured to address these kind of nuances and might provide a more streamlined solution to the problems you are currently facing.
Given your current setup, I would recommend considering some modifications to your database structure to incorporate a hierarchy, which would inherently facilitate smoother transitions between different statuses in your Kanban board. This would potentially resolve the issues you’re encountering.
Alternatively, if you prefer to maintain your existing setup, another approach could be to implement a ranking index system. While this method could solve the problem, it is indeed a bit more intricate to set up and might incur higher costs.
To provide you with a more precise guidance, it would be extremely beneficial if we could have a look at your editor to understand the nuances of your setup. This way, we can work together to find a solution that is most aligned with your vision and current structure.
Please let us know your preference and how you’d like to proceed. We are here to assist you in any way that suits you best.
Looking forward to hearing from you soon.
The drag-and-drop movement is very fast and so provides a good UX.
Probably something I should have checked before, but is there a way that you suggest that we keep the order of the dragged/dropped data from being lost on page refresh?
Have you or other plugin users dealt with this via writing the modified list to the DB to be recalled after page refresh - and if so - how often has been a good cadence of this, per drag and drop event or by some other event or metric?
Sure, you can use the Drag It events to trigger your workflows and also use the states of it to access needed details.
We are working on providing a tutorial video for saving index for sorting purpose, but meanwhile you can checkout our latest video to get familiar with Drag It’s event
Thank you for your patience and understanding
New Features and Fixing Issues
Dear Valued Users,
We’re thrilled to announce the latest updates to our Drag It Plugin. We always strive to improve your experience, and these new features are designed to give you even more control and flexibility:
Next Item Unique ID Storage:
We have introduced a more optimized method for preserving the order of your items in a sequence. Now, each item will have a field specifically for storing the unique ID of the next item in the sequence. This ensures a consistent sequence flow.
How to Apply:
The order of the items is maintained by this method, as each item has a field that stores the unique ID of the next item in the sequence.
For a more user-friendly experience, you can easily access and modify the “Changed Next ID” for up to three items using the new “Changed Items” state.
For example, to update the first item, use
Make changes to thingaction and simply select it in the " Changed Items" state and set the first item of “Changed Next ID” to the field with the unique ID of the next item in the sequence. Follow the same process for the second and third items.
We’ve also given you the freedom to implement additional modifications, especially when transitioning between separate groups or categories.
How to set Dynamic State
- Dynamic Updates for Locked and Sortable Fields:
- No more action to change them! With this new update, you can dynamically change the Locked and Sortable fields without needing any actions. This brings more interactivity and adaptability to your drag-and-drop experiences.
These enhancements are a direct response to the feedback and needs of our users. We hope they significantly elevate your building experience with the Drag It.
Please feel free to share your feedback, suggestions, or any queries you might have. We’re always here to support you!
No Code Artisan
Hello guys, I need help allowing the user to perform drag and drop (and save this action) between two distinct but interconnected data types.
- Data type 001: files to folders (e.g., 3 files can be saved in 1 folder).
- Data type 002: folder to files (1 folder has 3 files attached).
Here a quick video of the interface. The goal is to be able to drag those files between those folders.
Your help is much appreciated. Thanks in advanced!
We’re thrilled that you’ve chosen our plugin for your project! Yes, you’ve got it right, you’re aiming to transfer some data from one place to another. This process is indeed very straightforward with Drag It!
The interaction you are trying to create, where files can be dragged and dropped into folders and vice versa, is quite similar to using a Kanban board. In this scenario, think of your files as tasks and folders as boards. Our Kanban demo page provides an example on how you can implement this functionality. If you haven’t checked it out yet, we recommend giving it a look, as it can be really helpful.
Here is the link to the Kanban Demo Page Editor for your reference.
Additionally, don’t hesitate to reach out if you encounter any challenges or have any questions. We’re always here to support you and ensure your project is a success!
This can be extremely helpful, thanks Thomas for sharing his experiences. @tmxl
Kanban + Filter
I’ll do that. Thanks!
During its implementation, wherever you have a problem or have a question, we will be happy to help you.
I’m using your plugin and it does exactly what i need, great work. My question is this… will this work (or should it) on API calls? My use case:
I have a thing and with a list of things (all native bubble) in another page of my app i make a call to the DB via the api (this mitigates the privacy rules for non logged in users who need to see the content. Now when i set the source of drag it to this api and the RG group to RG sync source i don’t get anything. this is not a complaint btw. great plugin
Firstly, I’d like to express my gratitude for your kind words and feedback on our plugin. It’s always heartening to hear when our tools meet the needs of our users.
To address your question, as of version 2.9, Drag It has enhanced its synchronization capabilities with the DataSource. This means that in both single and group mode, any item you add manually to the database will appear in the corresponding Repeating Group (RG).
Regarding your specific setup with the API call as a data source for Drag It: Could you provide more details on how you’ve set this up? It would be beneficial to understand the sequence and way you’ve set the Drag It data source. It probably won’t call it automatically.
Furthermore, have you tried replicating this situation without using Drag It? I mention this because, in rare instances, Bubble might not reflect data updates promptly, especially when reusable elements are in play.
Rest assured, our primary goal is to assist you in resolving any challenges you face, even if they might not be directly associated with Drag It. We’re here to support you every step of the way!