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Hi,

I’m very new to Adalo and I’d like to see how the solution that is presented in the link below is done.

Unfortunately, the thread is closed and I can’t seem to find the little envelope that would allow me to message the person that created the solution.

Is there someone or a link to an answer that could help steer me in the right direction?

Essentially, I’d like to have a user add entries to a database. Presently I’ve got 6 spots for data entries in the database table but instead of having 6 blank text input fields, I’d like the user to press a “+” sign to add the next entry. Some users might only use 1 entry, some may use all 6.

Thank you in advance

Hi @Pyzon,

Welcome to the community :partying_face:

She is @Hanan. You can click here on Hanan and send a personal message.

So it’s like user has to create a record but have 6 inputs and when the user visits that screen that user sees the first Input with a button but then there’s a plus icon that when the user clicks on it another Input ( 2nd one ) appears and can click the button or add a new input. Correct?

Then you would need to add visibility conditions for the inputs expect for the first one ( for five inputs from 6 ).

Let us know!

Thank you

Hello @Pyzon, and thanks @dilon_perera for the mention :wave:

It’s a really simple thing to do, you just need to have a simple list of the things you’re creating, and a form that is only visible when the count < 6.

I explained everything for you in this video. Will be happy to help if you still find it hard to follow.

Good luck!

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Thank you both for the quick and insightful comments/solutions. I appreciate the kindness and the help.