I am traversing through screens collecting data from the user, nothing is being written to a collection, just reading options from a collection, it is all in local memory, passing variables from one screen to another. Until I get to the final screen. This screen asks the user to make more selections. There is a LIST selection that queries two choices, the user can only select one. I think I need to use GROUP toggle. However, it looks like the toggle seems to only want to be used with a boolean within a collection and it wants to write its status LIVE to a collection. However, my list selection is NOT to be written to, the collection I am using in my LIST is for read-only purposes. How would you approach this issue?
- Is there a way to set the toggle in memory, and then submit all the selections in memory to a collection that is meant to be written to?
- Use a different component to generate a radio toggle like behavior where the selection can be stored in memory and submitted to the collection at the end?
- This is beyond what Adalo can do, it is best to use a web view component and generate all the selections and then use Adalo API to write the final result to a collection?
Any help is appreciated!