Premade repeating group for new users

Hello Bubble Forum! I would love to get some help with this cause I think it should be pretty simple. But I just can’t get my head around it. I want to create a repeating group that is pre-filled with content so that new users automatically get it displayed when they sign in. For example, there are 9 rows that all have their own image and question. The user can fill in their own answer to complement the existing fields. I hope it makes sense, thanks for the help!

Just create the items when they create their account. Am I missing something?

  1. save the data under “User” when they sign in.

  2. Group your repeating group with a parent group container. The parent group container should have data type “User”, and it’s data source should be “Current User”.

  3. When you refer to the user data in your repeating group, you can refer to the parent group container’s user data. If your repeating group is of another data type, (question), then you will probably need to relate the user data type to your question data type.

It’s hard for any of us to provide more help without knowing more specifics. It this doesn’t help, send over some screenshots of the problem you’re trying to solve :slight_smile:

Thanks for answering. Attached is an image that I hope can clarify the problem a bit better. :grinning:

  1. When a new user registers there should be list that they can start to fill in answers in.
  2. the user can click on any of the items in the list and personalise the information. Some of the information, f ex name or description of the item is not editable.
  3. The user saves the data and has unique answers for them, but can come back at a later time and change the information.

My goal is to create a lot of these types of lists that the user can answer. It’s gonna be a lot of information, maybe 5 different lists with 5-10 premade lists. I don’t want these to be only under the user database, that would be very complicated. So my plan is to create different databases that these repeating groups can access.
Now repeating groups might not be the best solution for this, so if you have other suggestions, let me know.

Maybe it would be easier to see these “items” as tasks in a Project management system. These tasks exist when a new user registers and the new user can personalise them. Hope it makes sense. Otherwise, just let me know and I will explain more. :grinning:

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