I searched in the forum for this and could not find exactly what I was looking for. So apologies if the answer is out there, but I could not find it.
Here’s my use case:
- User has a list of items they created. For example, they have 10 items created in their list.
- User wants to clear that list of expired items. For example, they want to remove 5 of the items from the list.
Now, I know the workaround to remove one by one. But how can I allow the user to select those 5 items from the list and, with one button, remove all 5? Instead of going one by one.
I much appreciate your help.
You can do this with a true/false property and a countdown timer.
Or storing them in a relationship property and then use the countdown timer to delete them.
Sorry. The list in the select screen should be Logged in user’s>items(created by) not removed items.
I think the first one ( true/false property) will be good.
For delete all items ones you can use this method too.
I’ll test the idea and see how it goes.
To the best of my ability, I would like not to create another collection for removed items.
But the video is definitely a big help to grab my head around how to do this.
It’s not a collection. It’s a relationship property made between Users and Items ( Many to Many ).
Got it. Thanks.
I’ll play with that for a while.
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