I’ve been finally digging deep into getting more WU efficient on my cocktail recipe app before launch. I’ve found a few things that are helpful, such as: copying a recipe into a new recipe with 8 ingredients and saving it with a new name / new slug: 13WU. Copying a recipe into a new recipe, but using a separate action in the same workflow to copy/set list of ingredients (instead of in the same action as 'create a new recipe): 15WU. Some obvious savings with the former, so I’ll be leaning on combining changes like that.
What I have discovered though, are what seem to be some possible over-priced WU amounts for seemingly similar changes / activities. Here’s some examples:
Setting a thing’s slug: 1.92WU - this seems abnormally high.
This is almost the same WU cost as creating an entire new recipe with these constraints (this image is 1.96WU):
How can changing a single field (Slug) cost the same as creating a new thing, and defining 7 different values on that thing? I would expect the 1.96 from the latter, but not the former.
Making a change to a thing - capitalizing the words - 1.15WU:
Changing an input’s value triggers 3x re-calculations on that thing: 0.67WU:
But the same exact value triggering only a single recalculation on another thing: 2.25WU:
How is the simpler change almost 3.5x the cost, from the same exact trigger? (2.25WU vs 0.67)
Would love to hear if this is the sort of thing that could be addressed by Bubble in regards to ensuring WU costs are consistent. Anyone else seeing similar WU inconsistencies, especially with simple changes like ‘setting a slug’ vs other similar actions?