No, Bubble has a maximum of 10,000 items on a list - what this means is a data type that has a field that is related to another datatype in a list format will max at 10K…however, any data type you create can have an unlimited number of records.
So, when creating a data structure to relate data types in a list you have to consider two aspects of the related field as a list, the first being 10K max records, the other being performance, which seems to be poorer when the list is over 50-100 items if compared to just doing a simple search of a datatype and constraining by a single related field.
An example is a restaurant data type and a Order data type. A restaurant may have more than 10K orders in a year, so a related field as list of Orders is not appropriate and instead should make it so that on the Order data type there is a related field for restaurant. Then do a search for orders and constrain by restaurant to get the total list of orders for that particular restaurant.
In your situation your User is the Restaurant and your Statistics are your Orders.
Create the data type for Statistics and on it have a related field to User.
I also create an option set that would be statistic type to differentiate between the types of stats you want to store.
I have something like this in an app of mine
The use of Hour and Total Minutes make it easier for me to create charts and data visualizations to give a by the hour or a time range comparison of things, such as how many users visited the page using a mobile device vs a desktop between the hours of 12AM and 4AM vs 12PM and 4PM.
You can capture a lot of information and it won’t be a drag on your data storage as there won’t be any files so all the entries are very small in terms of data size.
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