Hi all - I hope you’re doing well!
I’m excited to announce the Interface Designer Contest.
We have been so impressed by what the community has been able to accomplish with Interface Designer so far, and can’t wait to be inspired by your creativity. This contest will be open through August 12, 2022 at 5pm PT and winners will be announced in late August.
More details can be found below. Happy building 🙂
The prizes (for each category):
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I’m afraid that this will not work for my interface. The judging criteria specifically mentioned “Creative use of advanced features like user filters”, so my interface uses the “current user” filter condition. These filters mean that a new read-only user will not be tagged in any records and will not be able to see or do anything.
In order to actually use my interface, multiple collaborators need to be able to have edit access to the base in order to create, edit, and delete records, and to tag other collaborators in records that they want to share.
Working from a duplicate base would also ensure that anyone (including the original creator) has access to a clean starting base.
I think the confusion here is what constitutes an “interface”. Some people think of a single interface page as an “interface”. Other people may think of a collection of interface pages as an “interface”. Yet other people in this thread think of their grid views, gallery views, and calendar views as “interfaces”.
Also, some bases are designed so that some users manage data in the traditional grid view, but other users consume the data in the interface. This requires users to operate in both the traditional grid view and the interface. Will any necessary interactions in grid views be a part of how the interface is judged?
If advanced permissions like this are required for your base, or if it’s just your preference that we duplicate, then yes, please allow for duplication and leave a note in the “anything else we should know” portion of the form - the last thing we want is to disrupt anyone’s workflows!
For this contest, an interface is either a single interface or a collection of interfaces that utilize one base. The base design will be considered in the ‘design’ category, ensuring the Interface is functional, but all other categories will apply specifically to the interface(s) themselves.
Hi, Is there a way to create a duplicate Interface?
I have client info on my Interface but I’m really happy how it’s working
You can duplicate the base and the interface will be duplicated. When duplicating the base, you can choose to not copy record data. Then add your own sample data.
Thanks Kuovonne!!! Much appreciated!
Less than one day to get your entries in!
I submitted mine, just in time (we have less than 45mins to go). However, I didn’t get a confirmation email. Is that expected? Because now I’m wondering if I fat fingered my email address when I submitted. :frowning:
I didn’t get any confirmation either, so I think you’re ok.
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