I’m new to the community and also relatively new to the Adalo platform itself, but I already stumbled upon a problem.
I have a screen with a list of questions. Each question has an icon button which links the user to a screen where they can choose option A, B or C (so, multiple choice).
After submitting the answer (with a button), the user is send to a screen that provides feedback about the answer they gave, the actual right answer and if they gave the right answer or not.
The user then clicks a button that brings them back to the screen with the list of questions.
However, because the user has answered a specific question, the icon button of that question should be inactive or invisible, so that a user cannot update his/her answer. Unfortunately, I could’t find a way to realize this.
I tried to give the icon button a conditional visibility by making it only visible if a user did not answer the question. I’ve added a many-to-many relation between users and questions to be able to add a user to a question as soon as he/she submitted his/her answer. And I set the conditional visibility accordingly (Visible if “current question → users” “does not contain” “logged in user”). However, it doesn’t work.
Can somebody help me?