Hi, I am new to Adalo, and I am pretty excited by its potential, but there is something that is driving me crazy
The user of the app will pick a date using the date picker (I will call it ‘initial date’).
I want to calculate a new date which is 6 months after the date picked by the user (I will call it ‘due date’), and then put the ‘due date’ in the database.
I know that I should be using a custom formula. but WHERE is Adalo can I do this?
Thank you so much for your help
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I need help setting a due date with specific time.
When someone checks something out from my library, a due date is set and added to the LibraryRecords collection. Borrowed items must be returned by 6 PM on the due date.
My problem is how to identify when something is late.
First, I tried using a simple date field for the due date. Then I created a list showing anything with a due date before start of today.
But I discovered that, when you just use a date field, it always returns date withou…
Check this :
Add Months in JS.mp4 - Google Drive
JSvar date = new Date('date_input');
var date = date.setMonth(date.getMonth() + months_input);
var after_date = new Date(date);
var formatted = (after_date.getMonth()+1)+'-' + after_date.getDate() + '-'+after_date.getFullYear();
( In here replace the inputs with date_input text and months_input text! )
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